Saucepan Man Makes a Muddle
Hand Dyed Yarn Inspiration:
I remember spending many a happy hour visiting the Magic Faraway Tree in my childhood. I loved going on adventures with Jo, Bessie and Fanny. Enid Blyton had a knack of creating the most wonderful worlds for children to visit, in fact I wouldn't mind living in her storybooks now!
Dear old Saucepan man is covered with all manner of saucepan and kettle. In fact that is how he got his name. He lives with Mr Watzisname and can certainly get himself into quite a muddle at times. You see, he is rather hard of hearing thanks to all the noise from the saucepans and kettles and quite often misundertands what his friends are saying and quite often gets into quite a muddle!
This lovely speckled yarn would be simply beautiful teamed up with either a solid or another stronger speckled yarn. I can just see this making a lovely striped shawl for those cooler months.
Fingering Weight Yarn Details:
75% Superwash Merino
100g - 425m
My yarn bases come from a local supplier that prides itself in sourcing its fibre from reliable suppliers with best practices with regard to animal husbandry and the environment, something that is very important to me.
I use acid dyes unless otherwise stated. Disclaimer: I wash all my yarn with wool wash which may aggravate skins that are sensitive to such products. Darker colours may run, bleed or transfer and although I take every precaution to ensure colour fastness I cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by colour transfer or bleeding in a wash.
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