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Fyberspates Gleem Lace Yarn at Dirt Woman Fiber Arts

Fyberspates Gleem Lace yarn is hand dyed in shimmering, iridescent shades that glow with the sheen of silk.  Perfect for knitting lightweight scarves and shawls like Dendrology shown below, and for weft in weaving.
 
Gleem Lace is 55% superwash bluefaced leicester wool and 45% silk.  We offer sixteen beautiful colors. 
 
 - about 874 yards/800 meters per 3.5 oz/100 g skein (lace weight)
 - variable gauge on US #1.5-7/2.5-4.5 mm needles
 - hand washable

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Colors Blue Lagoon-Mixed Magentas
Colors Peacock-Verdegris
Blue Lagoon
Copper Tones
Crocus
Deep Aqua
Blue Lagoon
Copper Tones
Crocus
Deep Aqua
Deep Forest
Lavender Haze
Lundy Island
Mixed Magentas
Deep Forest
Lavender Haze
Lundy Island
Mixed Magentas
Peacock
Pebble Beach
Sea Green
Silver and Bronze
Peacock
Pebble Beach
Sea Green
Silver and Bronze
Spiced Plum
Sunshine
Tweed Imps
Verdegris
Spiced Plum
Sunshine
Tweed Imps
Verdegris
Dendrology Shawl in Fyberspates Gleem Lace "Verdegris"
Dendrology Shawl
Fyberspates Gleem Lace "Verdegris"