This is the last of three colorways I snow-dyed (so these are OOAK and can't be repeated. Please be sure to buy enough to finish your project). Did you know kelp forests are a thing? I didn't...I asked for name suggestions for this colorway and kelp forest was one of the ideas, so I googled it. Well all be...sure does look like this colorway! Awesome.
Wilma Worsted - This has been my go-to worsted weight yarn for nearly a decade. It's one of the first yarn bases I ever dyed. It's versatile, springy, soft and durable.
Colors: teal, forest green, earthy green, sage green, blue, white, yellow, rusty orange
Yards: +\- 210
Weight/Base: Wilma, heavy worsted
Fiber: 100% superwash merino
Care instructions: Superwash wool will not felt in a washing machine (do NOT dry in a dryer). However, I still suggest hand washing, lay flat and shape to dry.
NOTE: Most tap water has a higher than desirable (for hand-dyed wool) pH level. You can neutralize this by simply adding 2 tablespoons, per gallon of water, of white vinegar to your wash water. That will neutralize the pH levels and help maintain the vibrant colors.