On Tuesday, we got a box from String Theory, which is always cause for excitement. This box in particular was full of Selku, a 3-ply sport-weight blend of silk and merino wool. Selku is a yarn that I've written about before, which we've only stocked in a small handful of colors up until this week. This shipment brought five new colors of Selku, rounding out our collection in a truly lovely way.
Though I haven't had a chance to work with Selku yet, I have stalked it enough on Ravelry to know that it's a perfect choice for a special scarf or shawl. The weight and shine of the silk paired with the elasticity of merino should make for beautiful stitch definition and an elegant drape. Anne wants to use Selku to make the cover sweater from Connie Chang Chinchio's Textured Stitches. Yes, our minds are buzzing, but we've yet to cast on. What would you make from this stunning stuff?
Come by the shop to ooh and ahh, to pet the yarn and consider the possibilities. See you soon!