A little bit of llama

Now offering Argentine llama yarn!

Now offering Argentine llama yarn!

Hey ya’ll and happy first day of Autumn! Fall is absolutely my favorite time of year. The wind begins to feel a little crisper in the mornings, leaves crunch underfoot, and the smell of woodsmoke fills the air. It’s essentially a whole season of my happy place. Doesn’t it just make you want to curl up and read a book? Make an apple pie or knit a comfy sweater? Or maybe that’s just me.

Either way, Autumn is the perfect time to think about making some heavy woolies for the coming winter months, and I’m now offering some cozy Argentine llama yarn! Harvested and spun by hand, I purchased this yarn from a local Argentine family to create the Chunky Cable-knit Throw. It is now available for sale at my Etsy store! Llama yarn is such a joy to work with because of its softness, durability, and ability to retain heat. It’s ideal for anything you want to cozy up with.

IMG_2867 la jasmina llama yarn detail

Let me know if you have any questions regarding this yarn or anything else!

4 thoughts on “A little bit of llama

  1. Ooooh, yarn, knitting and freshly baked pie! I am down for all of those things 😀 I’ll need to finish up a couple of projects before I get that yarn, but that might not take too long now that I have some motivation 🙂

      • I’m so looking forward to rain and lots of for 🙂 It will make being curled up at home make a bit more sense!
        Since I’ve been threatened with a cast if I don’t behave, I will definitely make it a point to blog a bit more.

      • I totally know what you mean. Being curled up at home is a lot easier to justify if you can’t leave the house anyway. I’m looking forward to seeing more of your projects/posts/progress 🙂

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