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Tibet Jewels: Fair Trade Recycled Silk Sari Ribbon Yarn

Tibet Jewels: Fair Trade Recycled Silk Sari Ribbon YarnTibet Jewels: Fair Trade Recycled Silk Sari Ribbon Yarn

Gifted By: Darn Good Yarn

www.darngoodyarn.com

Reviewed By: Morgan Metcalf, Editor for AllFreeKnitting.com

 

 

There is nothing better for a knitter than to be surrounded by yarn of different colors and weight classes. I’m no different. I love exploring the yarn aisles looking for unique color blends, but Darn Good Yarn’s Tibet Jewels: Fair Trade Recycled Sari Silk Ribbon Yarn stands above the rest without a doubt. It’s clear from its appearance that there is something special about this gorgeous hank of yarn. However, I hadn’t originally known just how special it was.


Before I’d come across Tibet Jewels, I had never heard of the Fair Trade movement. For those of you who don’t know, this social movement helps to promote sustainability in developing countries. One hank of Tibet Jewels yarn is created through the collection and sewing together of discarded silk from saris during their manufacturing process. With Tibet Jewels, you are not only receiving a quality yarn but also helping women in other countries thrive and provide for their families. If you need any more incentive to absolutely love this yarn, think of it this way. Given the unique process every hank of yarn must go through to reach its final state, each one is limited edition and special to you.


The unique texture and stunning vibrant colors in each hank of yarn can produce the greatest knits. With each 100 grams of Tibet Jewels, you get 130 feet of silk sari ribbon yarn to put toward your next big knitting project. Classed as a super bulky weight yarn, you'll be completing projects in a snap.


With each 100 grams of Tibet Jewels, you get 130 feet of silk sari ribbon yarn. This yarn can also serve a multitude of purposes and be used in a variety of craft skill types such as knitting, crocheting, and weaving (to name a few). I know what you’re thinking. Since this yarn is so different from the usual ones you find in retail stores, the patterns must be different as well. That’s where you’re wrong. You can still make everything as you usually would. From bags to hats to super stylish cowls, this special blend of yarn is sure to give each of your products a beautiful finish that all of your friends will be raving about. Why not try some for yourself today?

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how do I request my free skein of this recycled sari yarn? It looks just lovely. Please write me back at

Hi csjos2 9782119, Unfortunately the giveaway for this skein of yarn is now over. However, you may purchase this yarn on the Darn Good Yarns website here: store.darngoodyarn.com. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

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