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Sister Ananse Fingering

$33.00
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Local dyer Naima Bond, aka Sister Ananse, applies what she has learned as an art student to dyeing yarn. The results are phenomenal!

Fingering Weight
75% superwash merino 25% nylon
462 yds in 100

Naima's latest collection is for LYS Day 2024 and is completely inspired by String Theory's colors!

"Bud" Variegated Red/Green/Brown/Yellow
"Fawn" Brown with Yellow and Speckles
"Periwinkle" Blue Assigned Pooling
"Minty" Green Speckled

Our other recent collection from Naima coordinates variegated, speckles and assigned pooling skeins:

“Sunset”  Variegated Red/Oranges/Purples/Grey Speckles
“Dark Sunset” Variegated Dark Reds/Oranges/Purples
“Neon Confetti” Grey/Neon Speckles
“Sunrise” Grey Assigned Pooling 

“Tidal Wave” Variegated Blues/Purples/Brown Speckles
“The Deep Ocean” Variegated Dark Blues 
“Chocolate Confetti” Brown/Blue/Purple Specked
“Coffee and Candy” Brown Assigned Pooling

“Spring Day” Variegated Greens/Yellow/Black Speckle
“Into the Forest” Dark Green Variegated 
“Cave Moss” Black/Green Speckles
“Lightning Bug” Black Assigned Pooling

Note: Naima puts a lot of different colors in most skeins, so yours may look slightly different than the skein pictured.

Pattern Suggestions:
Shaking the Tree cowl - one skein
The Anansi Socks - one skein
Kirra Shawl - two contrasting skeins
Musselburgh hat - one skein
Woven Checks Socks - two skeins make two pairs
Summer Sorrel - lightweight tee
A Murder of Crows - pullover with assigned pooling
Aspen Leaf Assigned Pooling Cowl
Spector 
So Faded Pint Size.

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