Now available as a dye to order gradient in your choice of quality luxury yarn base. You choose your preferred base and weight/length.
Rosewood gradient is based on a gorgeous soft pink colour I used to have in my Etsy shop. It ran from a soft woodland pink through chestnut to a rich red burgundy - this looks like an Ombre gradient. Then things changed a bit and I had to retire the colour although a variation of the gradient remained. My latest batch of one the dyes I use for this seems to be this soft pink colour again ... I need to do a bit more testing to be sure...
Images1- 3 on Echinacea
Rosewood gradient - Various Fibres
Darjeeling: 85% Australian Merino, 15% nylon. 400m/100gms. Yarn knits as a 3 ply (but is of 4 ply construction). Purported to be the softest sock yarn ever.
100 gms - 400 metres
White Cloud: 50% Swiss Mulberry silk and 50% silky Merino wool. Gorgeous and soft - totally luxurious.
100 gms - 400 metres / fingering, 4 ply weight.
Ginseng (f) : 100% Swiss Mulberry silk - smooth, glossy and truly top quality beautiful - plied
100 gms - 400 metres /fingering, 4ply weight. Pictured in photo 1.
Ginseng (l ): Second photo shows this.
The same gorgeous Swiss mulberry silk as the regular fingering (4ply weight Ginseng). Smooth, glossy and plied. Perfect for summer shawls.
100gms - 600 metres/heavy lace, 2 ply weight.
Sencha: 50% Mulberry silk and 50% silky Australian Merino wool - picture is of this base.
100gms - 700m / lace weight, 2 ply weight. Any longer gradient will need a knot to reach a longer gradient. This is the fourth picture.
Echinacea: 70% mulberry silk, 30% Alpaca. This yarn has an interesting but glorious texture with a slight sheen in appearance… 2 ply and spun in Switzerland it’s beautifully soft but strong and capable of holding copious amounts of beads.
100gms - 750 metres