Remember the rainbow yarn I dyed in mason jars in my pressure canner?
Well, with my new addiction to the giant hounds tooth pattern, I decided to give this yarn a try. I figured it would probably work out, but if it was an epic disaster, it at least has super softness on its side.... And if all else failed, I was pretty sure my dad would accept it as a gift and at least hide it sight unseen under his jacket on his cold morning walks. So, I figured I had nothing to lose!
Up close, it's a little confusing of a pattern and doesn't stand out real well.
But from a distance, it looks really cool!
This was raw wool that came from eastern Washington state. We checked it in our suitcase when we flew back to Arizona and we ended up with an inspection that trip! I'm sure that the drug dogs found it because it smells so animal-like, and then I'm sure the TSA wondered what the heck was wrong with this passenger! And our luggage smelled like a farm animal for a little while after. It was super dirty, even though I washed it many times. Finally, in this last wash it came out white. Really white! Like snow white! There's a few bits of grass that's stuck here and there, but the more I work with it, the more that falls out.
And it's SOOO soft!
It's harder to see the hounds tooth pattern in this scarf, but it's still very pretty in its own way and also so colorful! But most of all, I love how soft it is.
So much fun!!!