100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank

100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank

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100% Mulberry Silk - Jackalope - DK/Sport Weight - ~180m/50g hank - Persimmon

This is a small, hand-dyed lot. Please purchase enough for your project.

This is a great, general use yarn. Perfect for spring and summer projects such as sporty cowls, light clothing, shawls, stuffies, and whatever else your imagination can create from sport weight (2) yarn.

We name all our silk yarn bases after jackalopes from around the world. This species has become naturalized to the Southwestern United States, though they are likely descendants of jackalopes brought over by immigrants from various European areas. Southwestern jackalopes are generally on the large size and follow the form of the jackrabbit. Various subspecies of jackalopes have either pronghorn antelope horns or those of the native Mule deer. The jackalope is known for its sense of humor and ability to throw its voice, often mimicking cowboys singing around campfires. Their favorite beverage is American whiskey. However, care should be taken when encountering a wild jackalope as they are also known to be fierce protectors of their territory and mates. The milk of female jackalopes can cure most illnesses, even cancer, though any attempt at extracting said milk could be deadly.