A four skein set curated for “As You Wish: An Inconceivable MKAL” by Mary Annarella.
Buttercup: It feels right that the most beautiful woman in one hundred years has an equally beautiful color named after her. A light but intense yellow, Buttercup hits the spot right between golden and pastel yellow, making it easy to use either on its own or as part of colorwork.
As You Wish: Ah, love, true love, that which brings this yarn into your stash today. A variable light pink, this color is perfect either paired with our other pastel shades such as Mistflower or Buttercup, or as a foil for something stronger.
Skip To The End: It may not be the end of your project, but you’ll definitely want to skip to the point where you can use this delicate blue color as either your primary or complementary choice.
Wisteria: A purple blanket over fences and roadside trees, the bloom of wisteria is a sure sign of spring. Pull your stash out of winter (or remind yourself of spring when the trees are covered in ice) with this delicate blue-based purple.
Opulence Yarn Base: The ultimate in decadence, this 70% Merino/20% Silk/10% Cashmere yarn has a moderate twist and a subtle sheen, making it perfect for everything from the most comfortable socks you’ll ever put on your feet to that luxurious lace shawl you’ve been wanting to knit. 437 yards per 100 gram skein.
This is small-batch, hand dyed yarn. Skeins of one dye lot were dyed together, but will have natural variations. I recommend alternating skeins if you are making a project that takes more than one skein of yarn. Colors on your monitor may or may not accurately portray the yarn color, since individual monitors may display color differently from Real Life. Up to 4 skeins in any one dye lot.
I highly recommend hand washing your finished project in cool water and then laying flat to dry. As thorough as I am with rinsing, some color can escape for the first wash or two. Wash alone, or at least with like colors.
This yarn is from a smoke-free home, but I do have pets. A random cat or dog hair may accompany your yarn, although I try to prevent it.