Carnival has come to Churchmouse! Manos del Uruguay’s aran-weight Serpentina has a delicate, twisted effect that mimics festive paper streamers (and it’s after these streamers Serpentina is named!). Manos’ artisans dye the soft, 100% superwash merino wool before hand-spinning it into yarn using a spinning wheel. The result is a charming, thick-and-thin strand with vibrant colors twirling together throughout! Serpentina’s colorways are named after some of the greatest women in history—scientists, artists, activists, and role models all!
100g, 142 yds; 4-4.25 sts = 1" on US 7-8 (4.5-5mm).
COLOR: 1579 Gabriela. The color of spring! Creamy white shot through with pastel green, purple, and yellow.
COLOR: 1276 Rigoberta Menchu. Candy store. Hot pink with streaks of bright blue, neon green, dazzling orange, and a few shades of purple thrown in for good measure.
COLOR: 1666 Malala. Greyish white fades into dark charcoal, with pops of magenta, orange, and yellow.
COLOR: 1716 Frida. A piñata in a yarn! Creamy white, varying shades of pastel purple and green, and pops of bright yellow, red, and pink.
COLOR: 1442 Georgia O'Keefe. White with the faintest hint of blue shifts through light sky all the way to rich lagoon. Streaks of purple and yellow.
COLOR: 1563 Amelia. White and pastel green with surprise spots of sky blue, navy, and spring pollen.