After making it through the ancient wood, life comes back into the forest. The leaves are heavy on the trees above you, moss and small underbrush is vibrant at your feet. You might not see any animals but you can hear them all around you.
Then suddenly you notice something over to your right. The ground rises up, almost like an embankment that protects the forest from the outside world. And there, hidden amongst the moss and vines are old stone steps. Nature has worked hard to hide them but you see them nonetheless.
You go closer to inspect them. They look incredibly old and worn down from time. However you can’t tell if it’s only from nature or if it’s from people long since gone as well.
Beside the steps is a sign etched into a piece of wood. You have to rub away earth on it but you can make out the words: “Steps to Somewhere”.
You get tingles up your spine when you read it. And while it seems a little ominous and you’ve enjoyed your time in the wood, you decide to take a risk and see where these stone steps lead.
You foot touches the first step and you feel the coolness of stone beneath you. You startle, noticing once again your shoes have disappeared from your feet. But you ignore the strangeness, something you’re beginning to embrace, and continue up the steps to somewhere.
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐒𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐰𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 is a traditionally dyed colorway of grays, light greens, cream, and a light pink.
Information on the base:
Alt Fingering Weight, 75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon, 4-ply, 437 yards // 100 grams (This is a different fingering weight yarn than our traditional option)
All skeins are hand-dyed with care in a smoke-free and pet-free home. Please note that while all skeins are dyed together, every skein of yarn is unique and there may be some slight variation between them. After dyeing, all yarn is washed and rinsed thoroughly, however, a small amount of color bleeding may still occur during the first wash.
For best care, please gently hand wash in cold water with a wool wash and lay flat to dry. Store yarn in an area away from direct sunlight to help maintain color.
This yarn is READY TO SHIP.
All photographs are taken in natural light, and I try to keep the editing to a minimum, but colors may vary from monitor to monitor.
The wool used in this yarn is ethically produced from sheep that have NOT been mulesed.