Thursday, November 19, 2009

Exclusive Colorways at

I'm very pleased to announce that the unique hand dyed yarn Fate Fingering, by the Serendipitous Ewe, is now available at!

Hand dyed in exclusive colorways for Fate Fingering is an amazingly soft yarn and one skein is all you need to make a pair of socks! You won't want to stop with socks, this 2-ply, 100% superwash merino wool yarn knits up with excellent stitch definition & beautiful drape, perfect for creating stoles, shawls, scarves, cowls, hats & mittens for your entire family.

Angela, the master hand dyer for Serendipitous Ewe, dreamed up these lovely hues in tribute to Nosferatu, the Count, Vampire Lestat, Edward, Eric, Vampire Bill and all the other fanged creatures of the night, but you don’t have to be a vampire lover to love what she's created, these colorways are timeless!
Silver Shadows - Shades of grey with a silvery white, very distinguished and a nod to the vampires of yesteryear.
Twilight Sky - Blue, turquoise, rose and purple reflect the evening sky.
Autumn Glow - Warm oranges mingle with reds to create a fall blaze of color, its like the sun is putting on one last show before the night grows longer.

As more colorways are created exclusive patterns will be written, until that time use Fate Fingering for your favorite patterns that call for a fingering weight yarn. And the first 4 customers to purchase Fate Fingering will receive a complimentary Berroco, Lorna's Laces or Cherry Tree Hill Sock or Hat & Scarf pattern, while supplies last!

Meet Angela of Serendipitous Ewe: Serendipitous Ewe offers something for every knitter and fiber enthusiast through wonderful fibers, hand and kettle dyed in unique colorways.

The dyer is dedicated to creating fiber arts products that reflect beauty of nature and the fortunate accidents of the world around us. Serendipitous Ewe’s special dyeing techniques create beautiful rich colorways that vary from “Stained Glass” semi-solids to “Mosaic Watercolors” variegated and “Tonal/Subtle” self-striping.

Fate Fingering Yarn Care - We recommend you hand wash your knitwear in cold water with a small amount of gentle detergent and lay flat to dry. We recommend this even for the Superwash yarns. Since it is still wool, the less agitation on the fibers the better.

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