Pictured above in my favorite color, Slag.
Honey has a generous 250 yards per 100 gram skein and has a gauge of 4.5-5sts/inch on a US 7-9 knitting needle. It's 100% superwash merino wool and $17.95. Each hand dyed color has subtle tonal changes that would make a simple garter stitch scarf look wonderful and because it is machine washable, it could be used for babies and children too!
Clockwise from top left: Bark, Curry, Sapote and Tequila Sunrise
Clockwise from top left: American Beauty, Byzantium, Concord Grape and Passionfruit
Clockwise from top left: Bluecrop, Black Truffle, Slag and Thistle
Clockwise from top left: Loden, Scarab, Juniper Berry and Sequoia
Clockwise from top: Waterchestnut, Oyster and Porcini
Try out one skein of Honey Worsted in your favorite color making these Jo March Mitts! A very cute pair of fingerless gloves with little cables running all the way down. Shown here in color curry. This is a free pattern from Shalimar and can be downloaded here!
Come in and check it out!
-Annie, Yarn Garden Staff