Meghalaya is well known for Eri Silk or Ryndia. The natural color of this yarn makes a classic handwoven fabric. The fiber of this silk has cotton-like behavior. Eri has a rougher texture and is heavier than other silks but it can be spun into finer and shinier material.
The more it is worn, the softer it gets, and it is a great textile to weave with. This is the popular peace silk yarn makers are talking about. Its texture, especially when woven with handspun yarn, is profoundly beautiful – always changing with the charismatic touch of imperfection.
100% Mill spun fine Eri silk Weight: 100g (Light Fingering) Yardage: 1000 yards (approx) Yarn count: 60/6 See the ingredients we use to naturally dye our yarn Recommended EPI: 11-19
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Dyed | Erino 15/3 100g
This 15/3 special blended yarn is a mix of Eri silk and Merino wool. When we were making this yarn, we thought of a simple yarn that would be perfect to highlight both the properties of the fibers. It takes 60% of Eri silk and 40% of Merino wool to make our silk blend a classic and elegant yarn, which has an unbelievably softness of merino and the subtle glow of raw silk!
This yarn is slightly thinner than fingering yarn but the slubbiness of this yarn makes a great texture for knitting socks, a lace shawl, or even a beanie. One skein will be more than enough to knit a beanie. Or weave a 15 x 75-inch wrap using this yarn in both the warp and weft.
100% Mill spun fine Eri silk Weight: 100g (Fingering) Yardage: 500 yards (approx) Yarn count: 15/3 See the ingredients we use to naturally dye our yarn Recommended WPI: 16