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McIntosh by Apple Fiber Studio




McIntosh by Apple Fiber Studio Pacific Northwest; from the Bay to the Mountains. 

McIntosh by Apple Fiber Studio is sock/fingering weight; washable, warm and squishy. 

20% Superfine Alpaca/60% Merino Wool/20% Nylon 

4-Ply, 437 yards, 100g 

Machine washable, lay flat to dry 

Micro-Brewed in Bellingham WA

Sourced and Spun in South America 


A combination of acid, heat, and rinse methods have been used to minimize bleeding and all yarns have rinsed to clear water. 

Each skein is hand dyed and may vary from skein to skein and colors may very on monitors.

When using multiple skeins in one project it is recommended to introduce the new yarn several rows (rounds) before the end.  Then knit and/or crochet every other row (round) with the two skeins.  This is also a great way to knit with hand dyed yarns if you have any pooling.

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