Petrol & Rust are a Must

“Petrol & Rust are a Must”

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“PETROL & RUST ARE A MUST“ 😄 – this colorway was a dyeing experiment that I ended up loving so much! In my head it is a simple truth, that the colors petrol & rust go really well together. 😆👌🏻 I looove this!! And it goes so great with my neutral colorways like “Walnuts”, “Napoleon”, even with “Aggertalsperre”, oh and with „Eucalyptus“ of course!! 🧡💙

This is a variagated and highly speckled colorway – different tones of orange/rust, teal, browns were used to create this colorway.


The photos have been taken with the colorway dyed on: Hazel Soft Sock


Additional information and care instructions:


Each and every skein is a truly handmade product – from the handdyed skein to the yarnband and label design. We take great care in taking/editing the pictures of our products so they look as close to reality as possible – but please note that these are “catalogue pictures”, we don’t take pictures of each and every single skein of yarn but try to do our best to represent the colorway and it’s varieties in the photos we use (the representation obviously also depends on your screen/computer).


I dye in increments of 2-4 skeins per pot, so please make sure to attach a note with your order if you want to use your yarn for projects that use more than 1 skein per colorway, so I can make sure that those skeins come from the same dye batch. Depending on your gauge, pooling might still be possible, although I try my best to prevent that from happening with my dyeing techniques. I highly recommend alternating your skeins for multiple skein-projects!


For best results and long wear I recommend handwashing your knitted items – in cold to max. lukewarm water with wool wash. Lay flat to dry.
I am using professional acid dyes and citric acid to dye my yarns (vinegar for stellina yarn bases), but I make sure to soak and wash them with ecological wool wash (Ecover) after the dyes have set and rinse them until the water runs clear before drying. But because of the nature of some dyes (especially reds/ blacks/ turquoise/ blues), “bleeding” of excess dyes is still a possibility.


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Yarn Base

BFL Tweed, Birch Silky Singles, Birch Singles, Bronze Sock, Gold Sock, Hazel Soft Sock 4-ply, Maple DK, Oak Sock, TencelMerinoSilk DK, Willow Lace, Willow Silky Lace, Witch Hazel 4-ply