Arctic Summer - Dumble OOAK

Arctic Summer - Dumble OOAK


Arctic Summer was originally called Narwhal because I couldn't think of a perfect name for it. And then it hit me: the reason I called it Narwhal was because it reminded me of a David Attenborough nature documentary I had seen recently. And Arctic Summer popped into my head. It is a mixture of purpley blue that feathers out to a light magenta at the edges, brilliant turquoise, and lovely white. Just like an arctic ocean on a sunny day.

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So Faded - Andrea Mowry

Hill Top Shawl - Helen Stewart

Wildes Meer - Kristin Lehrer

This listing is for a 100 gram skein of fingering weight yarn.

462 yards/422 meters

75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon

*Note: When selecting a pattern, keep in mind that superwash yarns have a tendency to grow lengthwise. Be sure to knit and block a gauge swatch for any garments knit out of superwash yarns. Shawls need a less precise gauge than sweaters or cardigans since they are not fitted.

No two skeins are completely identical. If knitting a larger project like a shawl or sweater, it is recommended that you alternate between skeins every few rows.

Colors may vary slightly due to the difference between computer monitors.

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