That’s the phrase that comes to mind when I am unpacking new color ways from Round Mountain Fibers: Luna Moth, Hubbard’s Caterpillar, Robin’s Nest, Mandarin Duck and Bufflehead. The dyer, Monica MacNeille, captures the colors of the birds and butterflies beautifully. There are many fine dyers, but Monica has an incomparable eye. Come see her yarns first hand.
LYS has received the Round Mountain order and they are beautifully dyed. Lovely color ways named after birds, “Kestrel,” “Atlantic Puffin,” “Purple Finch,” “Flycatcher,” “Dark Eyed Junco,” and my favorite color, “Wood Duck.” They are available in every weight, but we have primarily sock weight with a few in bulky. Take a look on-line or drop by the shop. See you soon!
While awaiting my order from Round Mountain Fibers, I’ll be featuring them at the Yarn Tasting on February 12th. Hand dyed in Brattleboro, Vermont, these superwash merino yarns are scrumptious. You’ll particularly enjoy the fingering weight colorway, Kestrel. Join us from 5-7 for nibbles and sips and a great feeling yarn.