South African dyer Dye House Yarns makes every effort to conserve water, beginning its process with collected rain water. Once a dye bath is exhausted, this water is reused and becomes the base for the next colorway, and so is used again and again. Once the dye process is finished, the water is neutralised and repurposed for household use. Skeins are then dried in the formidable wind for which the Cape is famous. Dye House Yarns offers beautiful colorways, and a wide selection. I’m loving the Enchanted blue and green variegated skeins.https://naturalyarns.co.za
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- Yarn Fiber: Linen, Merino, Wool
- Yarn Weight: DK, Fingering, Lace
- Color Style: Semi-Solid/Tonal, Variegated
- Dye Type: Acid
- Fiber Origin: South Africa
- Local Fiber