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!
Manos del Uruguay sends their hand-dyed yarns to us in small batches—and each is an individual work of art! This means that occasionally dye lots may vary, and look a little different from our image. If you have any questions about one of these beautiful skeins, we're happy to help!
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'Keeffe. 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.
COLOR: 1562. Off white with streaks of dark denim blue. Oh so chic!
COLOR: 1560 Florence Nightengale. Off white with orangey red and dark blueish grey.
COLOR: 1537 Phillis Wheatley. Deep blues, earthy browns and royal purples creating pure poetry.
COLOR: 1978 Hilma Af Klint. A radical sunset in yarn. Warm reds, oranges, yellows and gold. Brief pops of navy blues.
COLOR: 1977 Rosalind Franklin. Variegated white, coal and graphite.