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Dyed to order - Camp Colorway



This listing includes one skein of the yarn pictured above in the base of your choice. Choose the quantity of how many you will need or want for your project! 

Use the drop down menu to choose which base you would like! If you are buying multiple skeins for a project, I suggest alternating them every couple of rows to avoid color pooling. Please note that every skein is hand dyed and though they are all dyed in the same way, there may be slight differences from skein to skein! 

Please allow 3-4 weeks processing and shipping. Packages are picked up to be shipped out every Tuesday and Thursday. 

Base Details:

•Maven Sock (fingering weight)

    75/25 Superwash Merino/Nylon

    3 ply

    463 yards 

Maven DK (DK weight)

     100% SW merino 

     3 ply

     231 yards


      100% SW merino

      3 ply

      215 yards


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