What exactly is Baby Camel yarn? Baby camel yarn comes from the soft, warm undercoat of the two-humped Bactrian camel, which lives in cold climates like Mongolia. The yarn is spun from the downy fibre on the camel’s underbelly, which
Seacell as a fibre is universally used as a blend with something like Silk for knitting or crochet, to make a beautiful non-wool yarn.
The Seacell itself is derived from seaweed, but you won’t smell the sea when you use it!
So you find yourself in the yarn shop again looking through the shelves, trying to find the ‘perfect’ knitting yarn for your latest project, after you realise they don’t have the yarn the pattern calls for. You feel stuck, not entirely sure if the yarn you have your eye on will do the job.
Choosing the right knitting yarn for your project can feel daunting, but today on the blog I want to help by giving you some tips that I find help me.
Happy New Year! This year I have lots of beautiful, luxurious hand dyed yarn coming your way and to start us off I wanted to spend some time with you by looking at some of the popular options I have