The botany collection

Inspired by plants.

NOTE: Botany Collection Colorways may vary dramatically from skein to skein, due to the individual dyeing process that gives them their unique pattern of splotches and variegation.

100% Superwash Merino.
Grown and spun in the USA. Hand dyed in Vermont.
Fingering - 50g and 100g skeins. 200 and 400 yards, respectively. Recommended needle size: #2
Worsted - 50g and 100g skeins. 85 and 175 yards, respectively. Recommended needle size: #6-#8

Colorways and Semisolids:

Elderberry and Elderberry Purple

This colorway is inspired by the Elderberry plant. A plant growing across the United States and Canada, and belonging to the Honeysuckle family. This plant is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on the USDA plants database.

California Poppy and Poppy Orange

This colorway is inspired by the California Poppy. A pretty flower growing in the west of the US and belonging to the poppy family. This plant is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on the USDA plants database.

Prickly Pear Cactus and Cactus Fruit

This colorway is inspired by the Prickly Pear Cactus. A flowering and edible cactus growing in the southwest region of the United States and Mexico and belonging to the cactus family. You can read more about it on the USDA plants database.

Succulents and Succulent Green

This colorway is inspired by a variety of succulents, hardy little plants growing in households and gardens across the world, that come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors.

Wild Mustard and Mustard Yellow

This colorway is inspired by the Wild Mustard plant. A flowering plant that was introduced to North America and is now growing across the United States. It belongs to the Mustard family, is currently not endangered, and you can read more about it on the USDA plants database.

Jack in the Pulpit, Pulpit Green, Pulpit Brown, and Pulpit Berry Red

This colorway is inspired by the Jack in the Pulpit. A flowering plant native to the Eastern US and belonging to the Arum family. This plant is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on the USDA plants database.

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