February 5, 2009
Some yarns are simple. The label says "wool" or "cotton" and that's pretty much it.
But this week I present a yarn whose fibers defy easy categorization, each having been carefully manipulated to create a unique result. And one of those fibers comes from just one farm in North America—making this yarn a collector's item before it ever hits your LYS shelves.
Join me for a closer look at the exquisite new lace-weight Paco Vicunas yarn from Louet.
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