Balayage Hand-Dyed is the sister yarn to Balayage. The colors of the hand-dyed yarn complement the colors of solid Balayage.
Balayage (pronounced BAH-LEE-AHGE) is the result of a collaboration between Pascuali and knitwear designer Melanie Berg, aka Mairlynd. The term Balayage comes from the hair styling field and refers to a hair dyeing technique in which hair displays a color gradient. Balayage's special mixture of gray and white fibers supports the effect of a color gradient within the individual threads and creates natural color accents.
From fiber to finished yarn, Balayage is produced in Peru from baby alpaca and extrafine merino wool (non-mulesed).
80% baby alpaca, 20% extrafine merino wool
28 sts/4" (US 3 / 3.25mm needles)
190 yards/50 grams
Care Instructions: hand wash, lay flat to dry