February 2, 2013

Yarn Review: Pashmina Worsted

Like its sport weight little sister Pashmina, Pashmina Worsted is a scrumptious blend of 75% merino wool, 15% silk, and 10% cashmere.  Did we mention that it’s machine washable?  Consider a merino-silk-cashmere baby blanket, or a merino-silk-cashmere cardigan, or maybe a merino-silk-cashmere plushie for that extra special child (or child at heart).  The possibilities, as they say, are endless.

Due to the silk content, projects made from Pashmina Worsted have a sheen to them.  A cowl in Pashmina Worsted is squishy, lustrous, and oh, so soft.  Consider a double-wrap cowl to keep this loveliness as close to your neck as possible.  You will not regret it.

Pashmina Worsted — in both its fiber content and gorgeous colorways —  makes it an ideal choice for handmade keepsakes.  Paired with its easy-care wash instructions, gifts in Pashmina Worsted (for yourself or for others) couple practicality with preciousness.

Pashmina Worsted in Briar

4.5-5 stitches per inch

Machine wash, lay flat to dry


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