June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
June 2022 Exclusive Colorways
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June 2022 Exclusive Colorways

Regular price
$48.00
Sale price
$48.00

This luxurious hand-dyed natural llama / silk yarn was created exclusively for Two Sheeps LLC by Tabbethia of Lone Island Yarn and Farm (LIYF) of New York. 


Please note that quantities are extremely limited!

 

Colorway 1: ‘Dear Spud’, warm medium brown 

Yarn weight: sport

Yarn content: 80% llama / 20% silk

200 yards per 91 g skein

 

Colorway 2: ‘Love Layla’, brown pink blend 

Yarn weight: sport

Yarn content: 80% llama / 10% silk / 10% sari silk

200 yards per 102 g skein

 

Founded in 1994, LIYF is a 17-acre farm based on Long Island in New York. Tabbethia, the owner, is committed to the wellbeing of camelids and other fibered livestock. Their product offerings include llama sales, shearing, handspun and homespun yarns, and educational programs for children and adults.

Learn more about this beautiful farm on their Instagram page, @liyarnandfarm, and on Facebook page by searching “Long Island Yarn and Farm”.

Llama fiber contains no natural oils or lanolin, which also makes it lightweight. It also does not shrink in washing. Many natural colors are found, ranging from white, light brown, dusty rose, dark brown, silver, gray, and black.

For knitter and crocheters, llama fiber can be considered essentially the same as alpaca: pure softness and luxury!!(https://www.knittingthenaturalway.com/llama)

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Please check all photos of this yarn that are posted here and on our Instagram feed to see the yarn color under different lighting conditions.

Because each of these hand-dyed skeins is unique, we recommend alternating skeins as you knit or crochet if your project requires 2 or more skeins.