You get five full skeins of hand dyed loveliness!
I love this combination! You get some very special fall yarns!
1) I Love Fall on tweed- this is a lovely variegated colorway that has a taupe moving to a fall gold and ending with a plum all with that tweedy goodness that has black nubs throughout. The yarn is an 80/20 Superwash Merino/ NEP (tweedy bits). It has 438 yards for 100 gram
2) The same yarn base of 80/20 Superwash Merino/ NEP, but this is Burgundy Leaves a dark plum, tonal that has splashes of brown throughout. Again, this is another tweed base with beige and black
3) The third color is Beach at Ebbe, a variegated dark teal, purple on a sandy yellow base with brown, rust, and teal speckles. This base is a 75/25 Superwash Merino/Nylon 100 grams for 463 yards
4) Ponderosa Pine, a variegated teal-y green moving to natural with a bit of brown splashes and speckles of brown, rust, orange, and blue. This base is an 80/20 Superwash Merino/ Bamboo, quite a soft, squishable yarn with 100 grams for 436 yards
5) Forest, a tonal teal-y green/ blue. This yarn base is a 80/20 Superwash Merino/ Nylon. A very plump, squishable yarn with 400 yards for 100 grams
All yarns are fingering weight, so would produce a lovely, soft, squishy shawl or sweater. I used a fade to make a #findyourfade shawl and found five skeins to be plenty!
This yarn has been dyed in a pet free and smoke free home