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An Ember in the Ashes Club - Birch Hollow Fibers
An Ember in the Ashes Club - Birch Hollow Fibers
An Ember in the Ashes Club - Birch Hollow Fibers

An Ember in the Ashes Club

Regular price $28.00

*This is a pre-order* If you are ordering other items, please order separately. 

Ship Date:  Items will ship around 3/3

This month's colorway: Ash and Ember

Club Information:

 Welcome to the Birch Hollow Fibers Yarn Club! This year the club will focus on The Ember in the Ashes Series by Sabaa Tahir. This is one of my favorite series; the writing, the world building, and the characters are all phenomenal.  Each colorway will be inspired by a character or place in the series. 

The club will be listed every other month, six colorways in total. 

 

Shipping:The club will ship out every other month, i.e.  this club will ship out the beginning of March, and the next one will ship out the beginning of May. 

 

 Base Options:

 Sylvia Sock

 75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon

463 yards / 100g per skein

Recommended Needle Size: US 1 - 3

Recommended Hook Size: B - 1 to E - 4

 Gauge: 7 - 8 sts per inch

 

Phillis DK Yarn

100% Superwash Merino Wool

250 yds / 115g per skein

Recommended Needle Size: US 5 - 7

Recommended Hook Size: 7 to I - 9

Gauge: Knitting - 21 -24 sts per 4 inch / Crochet - 12 - 17

 

*Please Read*

 All of our skeins are dyed with Professional Acid Dyes and citric acid. I thoroughly rinse all skeins. Due to the nature of hand dyed yarn, some light bleeding may occur during your first soak / wash. 

 One of the beautiful things about hand dyeing is that no two skeins will look exactly alike, and while they are very similar, there will be some variation. I recommend getting enough skeins for your project at the time of purchase. I also recommend alternating skeins every couple of rows to avoid unwanted pooling.  

Care: While this is a superwash yarn, I highly recommend  hand washing in cool/cold water and drying flat. 

Yarn is dyed in a pet friendly and smoke-free environment. All yarn is stored and processed separately from any animals.