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A close up of three variegated skeins of yarn from white with pink, purple and black speckles at the top to pink with blue, purple and green in the middle to vibrant pink and purples at the bottom (April Moons - Ocean Moon MKAL Yarn Kit on Silk Stocking)

April Moons - Ocean Moon MKAL Yarn Kit

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The April Moons - Ocean Moon MKAL Yarn Kit consists of tonals and variegated colours from the pink and purple family. It will feature a brand new colourway for 2022, Pinkapalooza.

This kit is perfect for the Ocean Moon MKAL by Ambah O'Brien, using one full skein of Silk Stocking for each of the main and two contrast colours (see pattern for more details).

April Moons Yarn Kit details

  • Silk Stocking: 50% superwash non-mulesed merino, 50% silk
  • contains one skein each of Candy Is Dandy, Pinkapalooza and Candy Burple
  • each skein is 100g/400m/438yd; total Kit is 300g/1200m/1314yd
  • includes one Soak 5ml sample (random scent selected)
  • Gentle machine wash in cool water although hand washing is always recommended. Air dry flat in shade

This yarn kit was originally designed for the Ocean Moon MKAL by Ambah O'Brien but can be used for anything your heart desires. There is enough yarn to make a large sized shawl.

Patterns are not included with this Yarn Kit, however if you are interested in pattern ideas please check out our Knitting Patterns page.

Silk Stocking is for those times when you want some drape and shine in your life. Perfect for shawls and summery tops, this yarn is also good for smaller accessories. Silky soft to work with, merino wool provides warmth and elasticity whilst the silk provides strength, shine and drape. Moderate twist means good stitch definition.

Hand dyed yarn is a work of art - no two skeins are the same. We recommend that you order enough yarn to complete your project, and that you alternate skeins every couple of rows to avoid obvious colour differences.