Thinking of Seurat
Looking at Heather yarn makes me think of the paintings of Georges Seurat, a Post-Impressionist who devised a painting technique the critics called Pointilism.
A close-up of Gray Heather.
Rue Saint-Vincent à Montmartre Georges Seurat 1884
Our Saxon Merino wool, 75% undyed and 25% dyed-in-the-wool black, is blended in the card then spun into a worsted singles at the Green Mountain Spinnery; the yarn is uniquely hand-dyed at the farm in small, limited-edition dye lots.
Hand-dyed yarn usually has color variation, yet the yarn you select will be from the same dye lot.
2 oz (50 g), 140 yd, 5 stitches per inch on US 8
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