• Now available as a dye to order gradient in your choice of quality luxury yarn base. You choose your preferred base and weight/length.


    Sunrise over Uluru is a beautiful rich deep gradient which ranges from copper through a burnt orange to a soft mustard yellow. Shown here on my gorgeous Ginseng heavy lace base - I'll be gradually updating the pictures to show you the different effects on the various bases. 


    Sunrise over Uluru - Various Fibres

    Base Yarn
    • Chai: 100% Tussah silk - Lace weight - 2 ply. Beautiful 2 plied Tussah silk.100gms - 1000 metres,150 gms - 1500 metres, 200gms - 2000 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 (hl ): 
      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. 


      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. 

      100gms - 750 metres

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