Jilly Lace is a color-drenched semi-solid merino yarn from Dream in Color, a woman-owned independent yarn company that hand-dyes all their yarns in the United States.

Jilly Lace was created as the perfect shawl yarn — a soft and lustrous single-ply construction lends itself to lace projects, and at almost 900 yards per hank it’s a great value. Jilly lace is a machine washable superwash yarn that knits up at 7 to 8 stitches to the inch on US 0 to 2 needles.

The Sow’s Ear has 9 colors of Jilly Lace in stock:

  • Bitter, 702 — shades of yellow-green
  • Brilliant, 712 — shades of bright blue
  • Chili, 738 — shades of orange-red
  • Daylily, 739 — shades of rose, brown and green
  • Galaxy, 728 — shades of purple
  • Plenty, 744 — shades of taupe and pink
  • Rosy, 734 — shades of pink
  • Sangria, 732, shades of pinks and purples
  • Tidal, 713 — shades of gray and blue

Jilly Lace is put up in 4 ounce hanks measuring 880 yards. Call for availability.

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