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We name all our silk yarn bases after jackalopes from around the world. The Bunnycorn was gifted to Alexander the Great by the grateful inhabitants of Serpent Island when he rid them of the terrible monster preying on their livestock. Alexander was quite surprised by the gift and decided it was best to leave the Bunnycorn on the island to scare away any future invading beasties. The Bunnycorn is larger than most jackalopes and has a camouflage pattern to their fur that helps them blend in with their surroundings for surprise attacks, which involves spearing their victim on the long horn protruding from their forehead. Hence the name Bunnycorn. Yet when befriended, they are quite loyal and loveable.
This lace weight (0) yarn is like crafting clouds into your projects. Created from mulberry silk spun from the fibers after the reeling process and hand-dyed. The colors are rich and engaging. The lacy yarn is perfect for Estonian and Shetland laces, light and airy shawls and scarves, and anything else your imagination can create. This yarn is best used on 2.25mm needles or crochet hooks.