Soft Silk Mohair
This whisper-thin yarn is fluffy on the outside with a little shimmer of silk at its core. It could be put to good use made into garments and shawls that will turn out cozily furry and light as air. Most knitters and crocheters will prefer to use this laceweight yarn held double with another yarn. Combining silk/mohair blends with other yarns not only adds wonderful, fuzzy texture; it also boosts the fluidity and drape of more rigid fibres.
Knitting for Olive has made it easy to mix and match their beautiful silk-mohairs with their other yarn types. Try pairing Soft Silk Mohair with the worsted weight Heavy Merino or the fingering weight Merino, or even with the luxurious Pure Silk.
Knitting for Olive mohair is raised in South Africa according to humane standards. In fact, Knitting For Olive keeps a keen eye on their entire supply chain to make sure all their yarn is produced to their high ethical requirements.
Fibre: 70% mohair, 30% silk
Weight: lace weight
Yardage: 225m / 246 yards
Care: hand wash in cold, lay flat to dray.
Pattern ideas for Soft Silk Mohair: Color Rain Sweater, Waffle Sweater, Mohair Gallant Sweater, Ulla Sweater, October Day Sweater, Blackberry Kerchief, Plaid Please, Garland, Clouds, Ilta Pullover
Pattern ideas for Soft Silk Mohair stranded with Merino or other fingering weight yarn: Oslo Hat- Mohair edition, Autumn Amber Pullover, Love Note, Hokei Scarf, No Frills Cardigan, City Limits, Sweater No.12, Teddy Bear Sweater, Baby Bear Balaclava, Baby Bear Bonnet, Clotilde Cardigan, Clotilde Sweater
Pattern ideas for Soft Silk Mohair stranded with sport weight yarn: Grinalda
Pattern ideas for Soft Silk Mohair stranded with Heavy Merino or other worsted yarn: November Balaclava Mini, Cheslie Toque, Grey Space
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