Mystery Skein Destash


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I have a lot of beautiful yarn in my personal stash. While it is great to look at, I have come to the realization that I probably won’t be able to do what I had hoped to do with it. So, I am listing some gorgeous squish in hopes that someone will be able to work wonders with it, while simultaneously raising funds for our current Cause of the Quarter: Radicle Threads Magazine. $10 from every skein sold will be donated to the Radicle Threads gofundme campaign.

These skeins were dyed by some of the most talented indie dyers/dye houses around the world. The bases that these skeins will be available on vary in composition, color and weight.

Although there is an option (drop-down) for selecting your preferred color family, I CANNOT GUARANTEE  that you will get that particular color. After all, this is a “mystery”. If you order more than one mystery skein, I will do my best to ensure that you receive the same skeins from the same lot, IF multiple are available. If not, I will select coordinating colors that I feel would go together (I have a pretty decent track record when it comes to pairing things *wink*).

Care Instructions: Machine wash gentle. Lay flat to dry. (Hand washing is STRONGLY recommended to maintain the color and quality of your finished piece.)

*NOTES - All companies, including companies who purchase dyed yarns from a mill can have a problem with bleeding or transfer of colors. This mostly occurs in blues and teals, but can occur with any very dark and saturated color. Every effort has been made to ensure that this yarn does not bleed. The color in this yarn has been set BUT you may or may not see an insignificant amount of color exhaust in the water during your first wash but nothing thereafter. This is common with most hand dyed yarns and again, hand washing is strongly suggested to maintain the color and quality of your finished piece.

Colors may vary slightly from the picture, due to lighting conditions, camera calibration and your computer monitor settings.