The newest base at FDF has got them saying, ‘Oh Dang!’ every time we touch it. Buttery soft, smooth to work with, and fascinating to knit, crochet, or weave up in your garments and accessories. Composed of 74% Suri Alpaca and 26% Silk, this fiber ends up filling out a bit heavier than a lace weight. A great alternative to those who are sensitive to Mohair but still want to get the feathery texture in your knits.
328 yards, Lace weight, 74% Alpaca, 26% Silk
The Farmers Daughter Fibers is owned & operated by farm girl Candice. She embodies her heritage & home state of Montana into all aspects of her work. Candice hails from a rich foundation of ranchers, farmers, and women who were crafty & unpronounced in the tradition of knitting, crochet, quilting, sewing and cross-stitch. This 4th-generation artist continues to offer a product done in the traditional methods of hand-dying fibers. We can’t say enough about this yarn from her ranch in “the last best place.”