You've seen beautiful handspun yarns. You've lusted after the staggering variety of fibers and colors available to spinners. You've gone to a local spin in or fiber fest and drooled over the fibers, longing to join in with the other spinners.
But, you ask, isn't spinning expensive? Spinning wheels are big and cost a lot of money. Your house is already overrun by yarn. How can you justify adding spinning to your list of fiber
obsessions...I mean, hobbies? You know you want to, though. You just can't help yourself. The good news is that spinning doesn't have to be an expensive hobby to start. A few ounces of top and a drop spindle are all you need, along with someone to show you how to do it.
We're having a ball introducing you to our first yarn line, Coeur d'Alene Yarns. The first yarn in the line is Sasquatch, a fingering yarn hand-dyed locally in the Pacific Northwest and exclusive to Alpaca Direct!
Sasquatch is a sumptuous blend of 80% superwash Merino, 10% cashmere, and 10% nylon. There are two types of this yarn, a tonal and a multi-color.
Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers may vary. Please match your measurements to those in the size chart below.