***** SPECIAL NOTICE...... THE ALPHA DYEING DRAG WOLF WILL BE ON VACATION BETWEEN 05-30 OCTOBER, 2018. THE WEBSTORE WILL REMAIN OPEN, BUT ORDERS WILL NOT SHIP BEFORE 01 NOVEMBER, 2018. SEE ME AT THE ZONTA FIBRE FESTIVAL IN AMHERST, NOVA SCOTIA ON OCT 13, 2018 AND THE MEET AND GREET TRUNK SHOW AT TATAMAGOUCHE YARN AND COMPANY ON OCTOBER 18, BETWEEN 1-3PM. CUSTOM COLORWAYS AVAILABLE. WHOLESALE STOCKISTS WELCOME. NO REFUNDS, EXCHANGE ONLY AT DISCRETION OF ALPHA DYEING WOLF,
***** SPECIAL NOTICE...... THE ALPHA DYEING DRAG WOLF WILL BE ON VACATION BETWEEN 05-30 OCTOBER, 2018. THE WEBSTORE WILL REMAIN OPEN, BUT ORDERS WILL NOT SHIP BEFORE 01 NOVEMBER, 2018. SEE ME AT THE ZONTA FIBRE FESTIVAL IN AMHERST, NOVA SCOTIA ON OCT 13, 2018 AND THE MEET AND GREET TRUNK SHOW AT TATAMAGOUCHE YARN AND COMPANY ON OCTOBER 18, BETWEEN 1-3PM. CUSTOM COLORWAYS AVAILABLE. WHOLESALE STOCKISTS WELCOME. NO REFUNDS, EXCHANGE ONLY AT DISCRETION OF ALPHA DYEING WOLF,
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Sunlight in the Enchanted Forest
Sunlight in the Enchanted Forest
Sunlight in the Enchanted Forest

Sunlight in the Enchanted Forest

2 in stock.

Regular price $35.00

Colour Needed

 DK

250 yards

I love a new challenge, and when I read that yellow was a particularly difficult dye stock colour to get right, I jumped in head first. I spent many of my formative childhood years traversing the forests of what I referred to as 'The Darkling Wood' with my Grandparents. It was there that I first discovered the amazing world of shade loving plants. I especially loved being there during the early morning hours, when the sunlight sifted through the overhead canopy of a mixed forest. It was a time of purely magical occurrences. I long to return to 'The Darkling Wood' of yesteryear!

** Due to the fact that there exists a volatility when dyeing, no two skeins are going to be exactly alike, and as such, when using more than one skein in a project, it is advised to alternate between skeins to ensure consistency of colour.

Care: Hand wash, lay flat to dry.

** Not all wolves see the same blue when they look at the sky. A number of factors may be attributed to this phenomenon. Tech savvy wolves, might, on occasion, blame it on their computer monitors. **


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