Joy Comes In The Morning - KCY x LBYC Collaboration

$43.00 

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Base:

Greatest of Ease / Fingering Weight 

80% Superwash Merino / 20% Nylon 

400 Yards / 100g 

USA Sourced

 

Many of you may know that LBYC is very vocal about voter rights and raising awareness about voter suppression. We have done several fundraisers in the past with Cece of Cece's Wool to help raise awareness and funds for Fair Fight Action, an organization founded in 2018 by Stacey Abrams to address voter suppression, especially in the states of Georgia and Texas. Ms. Abrams is once again running for Governor in the state of Georgia. We want to do all that we can to support her campaign.

LBYC teamed up with our friends over at Knit Circus Yarns to create a beautiful gradient called Joy Comes in the Morning. Remember that time the Peach State turned blue? This gradient captures that moment. The colors go from all of the beautiful colors that one would find in a peach to a beautiful shade of blue. We will be pledging $10 from the sale of each gradient to Stacy Abrams' Gubernatorial Campaign.

 

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.