Blue jeans are a ubiquitous clothing item today, found in nearly everyone’s wardrobe. Once considered distasteful for some to wear (especially women – *gasp!*). Dress them up, dress them down, wear them to work, school, church, wherever, jean are here to stay! And while we might call them “blue” jeans, they aren’t necessarily blue, or even the same shade of blue from pair to pair! Thus, we this three stripe colorway in dark blue, light blue, and gray, represents just three of the many colors you’ll find jeans in. The second image is a graphic representation of this striping pattern. And a nod to Neil Diamond for the colorway name.
Forever in Blue Jeans is being offered on the following bases:
Megga – bulky, 100% SW Merino, 105 yards per 100 gram skein
Twist – *New!* – 100% Peruvian Highland Black & White wool, Non-Superwash, 218 yards per 100 gram skein.
A note about Twist – this is a beautifully soft, non-superwash 2-ply, which introduces intermittent black wool into one of the plies, so that it gradates from white to gray to black, creating visual texture and depth in the plied yarn, and subsequently in the objects created with it. The sample hat in the third photo, is knit in our Aren’t You Wine-y? colorway and shows what Twist looks like when it is knit up.
Recommended care: This is a non-superwash yarn, so it should be hand washed in cool water and air dried flat to avoid felting.
All of our yarns and fibers are individually hand-dyed using professional grade acid dyes. Colorway names are consistent between yarns/fibers dyed with the same dye colors, however color can (and likely will) vary between skeins and between different bases.
We make every effort to assure the colors in our photos are as accurate as possible, but please note that colors can vary from monitor to monitor.