August 9, 2012
While most yarns strive for consistency, Rowan Denim doesn't. It bleeds on our fingers and shrinks in the wash—and people love it.
Who better to explain the enduring mystique of this classic cotton than Kay Gardiner, Mason-Dixon blogger and our Seed and Bast Fiber Field Expert. In this week's review, Kay covers everything from swatching and shrinking to deep-blue fingers, white muumuus, and freshly trussed chickens.
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On the Cover
An early skein of Rowan Denim, back when it was Den-m-Nits (courtesy of Kay Gardiner)
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