The Sugaring Season - Winter 2021 Story Collection includes four colorways representing the landscape that provides a dramatic backdrop for the Vermont sugaring season, which occurs at the threshold between winter and spring. The muted colors of the thawing landscape mark the conclusion of winter, when freezing nights and warming days encourage the sap to rise. Read the full story here>>
Each Story Collection includes four mini skeins of worsted weight,100% Superwash Wool milled in the U.S. The Sugaring Season Story Collection includes the following colorways (pictured top to bottom):
Sugar Bush - The stark dark gray of sugar bush bark, with olive green and steel gray highlights.
Snow Drift - A pale ice blue representing snow banks in shadow with a wash of light periwinkle.
Old Sap Bucket - This galvanized metal gray has a slight purple undertone and bright orange flecks of rust evoking a well-used sap bucket.
Frosty Fields - Inspired by a thawing pasture at the quickening of spring; this yarn has a cream base with hints of moss green, tan, and subtle pewter gray.
Worsted weight, approx. 25 g each/45 yards (x 4 mini skeins)