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Quebracho 1 | Roots Fingering

$35.00
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432 yards | 112 g | fingering weight

Details:

  • 100% Canadian Wool
  • 432 yards (395 meters), 112g
  • naturally dyed in Winnipeg, Manitoba using resources local to the dyer
  • single-ply
  • note: due to the spinning process, there are likely to be knots in the skein

Description:

Roots Fingering is a lofty yarn that may contain handknots in the skein (made during the milling process and reducing wood waste) as well as vegetable matter.

Roots Fingering is usually sourced from range wools like Rambouillet, Targhee, Cottswald, and Suffolk, procured from independent Canadian mills that get their material directly from Canadian farmers. The fiber is naturally dyed with minimal cleaning agents and usually spun on turn-of-the-century equipment that mimics handspinning.

Upon arriving at Tiny Coven Studios in Treaty One territory, the dyer scours and mordants every skein before dyeing them with natural dyes, including homegrown, foraged, and redirected food waste from local farms.

Use it for:

Roots Fingering is perfect for shawls, delicate accessories, and warm, drapey garments.