So, before I can go, I have some yarn to unload... Everything I own (and am moving) has to fit in my car. It seems like the perfect time to let go of some yarn that has travelled with me a few times, but never fulfilled itself in the project I originally envisioned for it. I have included pictures with descriptions below. Email me or leave comments below if you are interested in purchasing anything.
Buyer pays actual shipping costs. I prefer payment by PayPal but can discuss other options if needed.
Victorian Brushed Mohair, Halcyon Yarns
70% Mohair, 25% wool, 6% nylon
Worsted Weight, 1025 yards
1 - $30.00
I bought this to use for a first hand-painting project, but "never got around to it". I think I am just too intimidated by the dying process. I want it to be perfect -- so I'm better off buying someone else's handpainted items.
100% Superwash Wool
Bulky weight, 54 yards
$4.00 each or $160 for the whole lot14 skeins - Pink
18 skeins - Blue
13 skeins - Gray
I bought these three colors of yarn BEFORE I knew how to knit with the intention of learning and then making a BLANKET as a wedding gift for my best friend and her husband. They will be celebrating their third anniversary this month so I figure I should probably consider an alternate plan :) The yarn is from France. I purchased it during a trip to Marseille in the south of France. All of the balls are wound in to center pull "cakes" because I wanted them to travel back to the US easily.
Lush, Classic Elite Yarns
Worsted weight, 125 yards
5 skeins – Green
This is gorgeously soft angora/wool yarn. I have used this brand of yarn for baby hats and just love it.
1 cone of linen/rayon blend
I have no idea how much is on the cone but there is A LOT.
I used some of this to make a purse and am not sure what else I would do with it. It is a sportweight yarn that works great double-stranded. The color is more of a light-pink instead of the cream color it appears to be in the picture.
I can wind any of these yarns into center-pull cakes if you like and will ship using whatever method you prefer. Happy Knitting!