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Boline - Hand Dyed Yarn

Regular price $35.00 NZD
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Discover the enchanting allure of ancient crafts with 'Boline,' a spellbinding colourway named after the sacred white-handled knife used in folk magic and witchcraft. A pale tonal tan hue envelops the yarn like the smooth surface of bone or white stone, evoking the timeless elegance of the ceremonial tool used for preparation in magical ceremonies. Inspired by the symbolic significance of the Boline in the ritualistic cutting of ingredients and materials, this yarn invites you to harness the power of ancient traditions and ancestral wisdom with each stitch. It will infuse your projects with the potent energy of ancient rites and rituals. Let each loop be a testament to the sacred bond between craft and magic, as you weave threads of intention and reverence into every project. 

DK Weight Yarn

Hearth DK

100% New Zealand SW Merino | 220m per 100g

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If you would like to order a larger quantity that I currently have in stock, please place your order through our Dyed to Order section here or send me a message.

In stock, ready to ship items can take 3-7 business days to process your order. For more information you can view our shipping policy here.


Colourways may appear slightly different on your screen than they do in person, and I have taken every care to ensure the picture on my site reflect the true colours. Turning up the brightness on your device may help.
As with all hand-dyed yarns, there may be slight variations between skeins due to differences in dye lots and potential deviations in application of the dyes. It is recommended you purchase enough yarn for your project at the one time to ensure you receive skeins from the same dye lot to maintain some consistency. Alternating your skeins every row or few rows is a good practice when working on large projects to avoid undesirable colour pooling or noticeable variations.
Yarns are rinsed and washed after the initial dyeing process, however, some bleeding may still occur with the first few washes. Handwashing separately in cold water is recommended and laying items flat to dry will ensure they maintain their shape.

This yarn comes from a pet friendly household and while care is taken to remove the potential for allergies, please keep this in mind when placing your order.