Crushed Velvet - MCN DK - DK Weight - 80/10/10 Superwash Merino/ Cashmere/Nylon - 231 Yards - 100 Grams - Hand-Dyed Yarn 

$31.00


🌌Crushed Velvet🌌
She’s a lullaby of rich moods, and ready for some existential philosophy on a rainy day. This stunning jewel tone purple has depth and intentionality dyed in the wool.

MCN DK
This classic beauty of a base is velvety soft, and soaks up color like a sponge! A springy four-ply, this base is an excellent choice for hats, sweaters, and would make great cable work. A hint of cashmere adds a bit of luxury, while a touch of nylon gives this yarn a bit of strength.

80% SW Merino Wool
10% Cashmere
10% Nylon
231 yards / 210 meters
100 grams

*Please note, this is hand-dyed yarn. Colors are truly unique to each skein and therefore may vary from skein to skein. We recommend alternating skeins every other row in the round, or every two rows when knitting flat if using two or more skeins. Each skein is rinsed after it is dyed, however saturated colors may still bleed. True colors may vary slightly from screen. We do try.*

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is hand-dyed yarn so gosh darn expensive?

A great question! The process of hand-dyeing yarn is much different than store bought yarn. While store bought yarn is often dyed in giant batches in an assembly-line fashion and with machine-like precision, their method is of course much more affordable. The hand-dyeing process takes more time and energy, and requires a Hermione Granger-like dedication over pots of boiling water: Waiting for the exact temperature, continuous dunking of fiber, and making sure that each dye recipe is followed to a T. It is a chemical reaction—both a science and an art—that allow these colors and fibers to marry. You are paying for the dedicated manual labor, hard work, and unique colors found here.

Is your yarn mulesing free?

You betcha! While we understand the application of the method, we do not agree with it being used as a regular method for controlling fly strike. Mulesing is a technique used to remove skin from the sheep’s rear end to help prevent fly strike, a parasitic infection—this infection is incredibly painful, and can be fatal. Merino sheep have many folds of wool-bearing skin, so they are often at a higher risk of this infection. However, mulesing is a quite controversial as it is not yet fully regulated; for now, we choose to use mulesing-free wool.

What is “low-exhaust” dyeing?

Typically, low-exhaust is when very little if any dye is left over. This is great for the environment as it means that very little if any heavy metal dyes get poured down the drain. Most of the dye is absorbed by the fibers, but often with rich and saturated colors there is a little (or sometimes a lot) leftover in the pot. We take it one step farther and use an extra skein to soak up any excess dye just to be safe! The benefit of this is a gorgeous, unrepeatable skein with layers and layers of dye. And guess what? You get the chance to purchase these for next to nothing!

What are “Happy Little Accidents”?

As Bob Ross teaches us, we don’t make mistakes: We make happy little accidents. Our HLA section is full of discounted yarn from our dyeing adventures! It’s still beautiful, usable colors—just a happy little accident that didn’t make the quality control cut.

“Penny Skein?” Really?

🎶On Penny Skein, there’s a dyer showing photographs / Of all the dye she’s had the pleasure to know🎶
Our exhaust skeins are created from any leftover colors from our dye. Occasionally, our other skeins won’t absorb all the dye in the pot; rather than pouring heavy metal dyes down the drain, we throw in an extra skein at the end of our dyeing to absorb it. The result is layers upon layers of pastels and diluted vibrant dyes—truly beautiful colors that we cannot repeat! Since very little work goes into these, we feel that it’s only fair that you get to reap the benefits of these beautiful skeins at a ridiculously low price! We takes notes and occasionally semi-recreate exhaust colors to the best of our abilities.

Reviews (4)

Average:

This color is gorgeous. A deep purple so beautiful. The yarn is soft and squishy too. I love this yarn so much. Thank you so much!! I will be back for more.



This yarn is sooo soft! I love how it feels. Thank you again, I will be back for more.


If you're old enough to remember that song, "Blue Velvet", you'll understand the depth of this color and it's total saturation. It is ROYAL Blue, as close to Royal Purple as dammit! But, again, as with most (probably all--this is only my first order) WildewoodFibers' clear, solid colors, there is a very subtle tonal effect, just enough to get a second glance. The other thing is the CASHMERE making the base yarn buttery soft and lofty. This will be a pure joy to work with, either woven or knit!


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