[Sponsored] It’s at all times a deal with to get yarn in from Historical Arts. Not solely have they got beautiful hand dyes, however their yarns are sometimes fascinating in a approach that few others are. The most recent yarn, Nettle Comfortable, is not any exception.
Sneak Peek: Meet Historical Arts Yarn’s Nettle Comfortable
Fiber Nation host Allison Korleski previews among the yarn’s beautiful colorways, discusses mission concepts, and shares what occurred when she wore a swatch in opposition to her pores and skin for per week (trace, the yarn known as “Nettle Comfortable” for a purpose!).
We had heard of nettle yarn, however assumed it was some crunchy, crusty factor like jute with a foul perspective. Shock! Nettle is a bast fiber (like linen or hemp) however feels extra like silk. Nettle Comfortable yarn is a mix of 68% superwash Merino wool and 32% nettle and feels fantastic proper subsequent to the pores and skin.
The yarn is available in each DK- and fingering-weights and could be nice in equipment or clothes. It’s extra drapey than boingy, so preserve that in thoughts when choosing a sample. (No socks. Simply don’t.)
Norah Gaughan’s Murray Pullover is a superb mission that reveals Historical Arts hand-dyed yarn to perfection.
So, when you’re searching for a cool new yarn to attempt, positively take a look at Nettle Comfortable!