The November Witch, refers to the strong winds that frequently blow across the Great Lakes in autumn. The "witches" are caused by intense low atmospheric pressure over the Great Lakes pulling cold Canadian/Arctic air from the north or northwest and warm Gulf air from the south.
This crazy weather pattern makes for some insane waves and gorgeous yarn!
Dye Technique: Adventure (speckle dyed)
Dye is applied directly to the skein allowing for pops of intense color. Colorways are repeatable but because of the way that the color is applied every skein is completely unique. At Destination Yarn we call these our “Adventure” colorways because creating one is an adventure!
Pairs With: Lake Erie and Frozen Great Lake.
Yarn Details: Trinket – 100% Superwash Merino Wool - 3 ply - 328 yards per 100 gram skein
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