Khakis - tonal army greens and browns
I will endeavour to ship all dyed-to-order purchases within 3 weeks of your order date. If there is any variance to this (for example, for very large orders or if I have a shop holiday coming up) I will contact you to discuss as soon as I have received your order.
Please note that different fibres and yarn weights take dye differently and therefore there may be some variation to the colour shown if you purchase on a different yarn base.
Please select from the following yarn bases:
Pattie mohair - 72% Kid Mohair, 28% Silk (50g/420m)
Kitt suri alpaca - 74% Suri Alpaca, 26% Mulberry Silk (50g/300m)
Audrey classic sock - 75% super wash Merino, 25% Nylon (100g/425m)
Bardot high twist sock - 80% super wash Merino, 20% Nylon high twist (100g/365m)
Barbra silky singles - 70% super wash Merino, 30% Silk (100g/400m)
Barbarella sparkle sock - 75% super wash Merino, 20% Nylon, 5% Gold Stellina (100g/400m)
Dusty MCN - 80% super wash Merino, 10% Nylon, 10% Cashmere (MCN) (100g/400m)
Cilla - 100% super wash Bluefaced Leicester wool (100g/262m)
Dolly classic DK - 100% super wash Merino DK (115g/230m)
Ronnie silky DK - 50% super wash Merino, 50% Silk (100g/212m)
Aretha - 100% super wash Merino (110g/166m)
All our yarns are ethically sourced.
Please note that although I try to ensure that the product photos are true to life, colours may vary depending on your monitor or device. All my yarn is hand-dyed in small batches and variations between skeins should be expected. If you buy more than one skein of the same colourway then I will endeavour to select them from the same batch. Due to the individual nature of hand-dyed yarn, I would always recommend alternating skeins or knitting from both ends of the same ball if you are concerned about colour pooling or mismatching.
If you require larger quantities or have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact me.
To keep your items looking beautiful, I would advise hand washing in luke warm water and a mild detergent. Dry flat.
Whilst every effort is taken to rinse all remaining dye from the yarn, there may be a slight colour bleed on the first wash.