Q: What kind of project can I make with this yarn?Asked by Maryann M., April 2020
Q: What material is the yarn?Asked by Christina G., March 2020
This is the most beautiful yarn I received so far in a subscription box. I was waiting for two months( bi_month subscription) and I need to paid a little more because I live in USA, but worth it. I am in love completely.
Sent May 2021 under our theme of Everything's Sixes, this box included: - Tia Merino Lace (superwash single-ply merino wool) - Lady Persephone Sock Yarn (superwash Bluefaced Leicester wool and nylon) - Grande Merino DK (superwash Merino wool) There was a 24-page magazine with articles, imagery and a knitting pattern by Maria Kalorkoti. The gift was a vegan soap set by The Natural Spa Soaps and Pris Puddings.
Our March box featured two new yarn bases, designer stationery from Nolki, a magazine written by Countess Ablaze and dried fruit treats from The Dormen Moments.
Our first box of 2021 was all about the theme of Prisms and Issac Newton's discovery of light and colour theory. Subscribers received one or two colourways of hand-dyed yarn, a teapot and cup, teabags, a magazine written by Countess Ablaze and edible treats.
This box was a riot of dark moody colours on various yarn weights, with a planter by Sass & Belle, a magazine written by Countess Ablaze and a chocolate NAKD bar. Over 400 boxes were sent worldwide.
- The Bluefaced Baron Lace (superwash Bluefaced Leicester) - Lady Persephone Sock (superwash Bluefaced Leicester and nylon) - The Bluefaced Baron DK (superwash Bluefaced Leicester) Newspaper, WHAM bar, mini skein and a collection of handmade lip balms and hand salves by Neves Bees, from the UK.
Speckled hand-dyed yarns with tea from OFFBLAK and Joey Koala popcorn, based in the UK, as well as a specially written newspaper.
Highly variegated hand-dyed yarns designed to work together in a knitting or crochet project. A canvas tote bag with a sugar skull designed in our studio, a newspaper and a tube of Jelly Beans.
Yarns in reds and greens inspired by the Countess's trips to the capital city of the Netherlands. An eco-friendly bamboo coffee cup with rainbows and a DAIM bar or stroopwafels.
September's box was about Mother's Little Helper, aka valium. It came with hand-dyed yarn, two mini skeins, a newspaper, a pill/jewellery box and a Wham bar.
Our inaugural box features the following yarn bases, depending up which thickness you chose: LACE: Tia Merino Lace - this is new to Countess Ablaze and is single-ply superwash merino with 800 metres to the skein. FINGERING: Tia Merino - this tried and trusted yarn base is perfect for items that do not encounter much friction, such as scarves and shawls. It is definitely NOT suitable for socks. Single-ply superwash merino with 400 metres to the skein. DK: Grande Merino