All of these Italian yarns are lovely but I’ve saved the best for last (or at least the one that was my favorite): Mistero.
The yarn that I used for those dishcloths was among what I purchased to try using that gift card. I thought I’d show off the rest of my Black Sheep Wools yarn haul.
I’ve had a chance recently to play with some yarns from Adriafil including the one I’m sharing with you today, Stella Alpina.
I recently received some yarn to try from Adriafil. I already shared the Hita Hat that I worked with their yarn; now I want to share some of their crochet cotton yarn that I’ve been working with.
Today I’d love to share some terrific yarn with you. It comes from Iria Yarn Company on Etsy.
I wanted to share a friend of a friend’s Indigogo fundraiser today because it’s related to several things I’ve written about before including the slow yarn movement, yarn spinners and American manufacturing.