This is the season of twinkling stars on cold, cold nights, of candles that glow cheerfully, and holiday lights on trees inside and out… This is the season of virgin snow glistening in the silver moonlight, of shimmering icicles, of perfect crystalline snowflakes that catch the light in their icy lace. This is the season for Sparkles.
Introducing Lucina, a beautiful fingering yarn that sparkles with all the magic of the season and turns every colourway into something stunning. This is the kind of yarn that catches your eye instantly — that you pick up and don’t want to put down. This is a yarn perfect for the season of Sparkles!
Lucina Yarn in Midnight Swim
The best light for photography is always natural light, outdoors. And even though it was freezing today, I wanted to be sure to capture the way this yarn shimmers so gorgeously, so I braved the bitter wind and the icy temperatures and took the whole batch of Lucina outside for a photoshoot. And just as my finger froze to the bone and I began cursing the winter, a gentle snow began to fall — big, fat, beautiful flakes that landed softly on everything and then… just stayed there, almost too perfect to be believed.
And so, the sparkles in these photos are the beauty of the yarn, but the snowflakes are courtesy of Mother Nature. And as I was trying so hard to show off my lovely new yarn, didn’t she just go and steal the show?!?
Snowflake on Ripe
Snowflake on Evening Fog
Snowflakes on Nightfall
Snowflakes on Midnight Swim
Snowflakes on Mermaid’s Tail
7 thoughts on “The Perfect Yarn for the Season”
A-mazing! Having only ever lived in Texas and California, I am fascinated by snow!
What beautiful colors…all of them!
I am kicking myself for not liberating the mermaid on Friday. It really sucks being a good girl. 😉
How absolutely beautiful! My stash is currently very large, but I really want to add midnight swim. Who could resist…
Beautiful yarn created by you and kissed by Mother Nature!
Snowflakes are lovely!!! And the yarn itself is to die for. Covet!
Awesome! Beautiful yarn – makes me want to start knitting immediately. What to do! What to do!