All Lucky Strike colorways are one-of-a-kind and very limited. These rare and special colorways are beautifully imperfect. Some may contain random flashing, surprising speckles, and unexpected bits of color. Please take the time to learn more about the process here so you can better appreciate these special colorways.
Kid Mohair/Silk: 70% Kid Mohair 30% Silk; single-ply; 459 yards/50 grams; lace weight
Merino/Nylon Twist Fingering: 80% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon; 2-ply; fingering 400 yds/100 grams
Merino/Nylon Sock: 75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon; 4-ply; fingering 436 yds/100 grams
Merino Fingering: 100% Non-Superwash Merino; 4-ply; fingering 437 yds/100 grams
MCN Fingering: 80% SW Merino 10% Nylon 10% Cashmere; fingering; 4-ply; 382 yards/100 grams
Merino Single Fingering: 100% SW Merino; single-ply; 437 yards/100 grams
Merino Sport: 100% Non-Superwash Merino; sport; 328 yards/100 grams
BFL DK: 100% Superwash Bluefaced Leicester; DK; 246 yards/100 grams
Merino Worsted: 100% Untreated Merino Wool; 218 yards/100 grams; Worsted
Alpaca Luxe: 70% Alpaca 20% Silk 10% Cashmere; 436 yards/100 grams; Light Fingering
Yak/Silk Light: 50% Yak 50% Alpaca; 225 yards 50 grams; Light Fingering
Andean 50/50: 50% Peruvian Highland Wool/50% Alpaca 54 yards/100grams; hand-spun Super Bulky
Hand-dyed yarn tends to vary slightly both between and within dye lots due to the nature of the dying process. If you are planning on working up a larger project which requires more than one skein, be sure to alternate skeins every two or three rows. This helps to hide any variation between skeins.
I strongly encourage taking the time to use the photos available in this listing as a reference for how the colorway will appear on each base offered. As is the case with hand-dyed yarn, slight variations in colorway between skeins of the same base is normal and to be expected, however any skeins within a given base that deviate drastically from my standard for the colorway, will be listed separately with the label “misfits”. Colorways will vary much more drastically across bases due to the difference in plies, fiber content, and whether the yarn is Superwash-treated. Another reason I encourage taking the time to check out the photos within each listing.
Please be sure to hand-wash all of your knitted items in cool water with a gentle wash. Superwash, smooperwash! It's best to use your hands the old fashioned way. And if a little bit of bleeding occurs on the first wash, never fear! It happens.