100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank
100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank

100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank

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100% Mulberry Silk - Skvader - Fingering/Sock Weight - ~200m/50g hank

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

Our most popular sock yarn! This 6-ply mulberry silk is spun from the fibers remaining after the reeling process, giving a loft and texture very similar to wool, without the skin sensitivity issues. This lacy yarn is perfect for socks as well as light shawls, dresses and tops, light sweaters, dainty gloves, and anything else your imagination can create!

We name all our silk yarn bases after jackalopes from around the world. The Skvader hails from Sweden and appears as a rabbit or hare with wings. They typically do not have horns or antlers, which is different than most jackalope species. The Skvader are a gentler, more docile creature than their other jackalope cousins. They prefer beer over hard liquor and can be kept as pets (if you are lucky enough to find one). Once tamed, they are devoted to their adoptive families. However, if they are mistreated, watch out! They have been known to gnaw through concrete and steel, so fingers and furniture could be fair game.