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Terrapin Fiberworks

On Wednesdays

Regular price $25.00 USD
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Yarn Base

On Wednesdays is a speckled swirl of pink hues that reminded one of our Instagram followers of a famous movie! This is the third colorway developed through our February 2022 Dye With Me series on Instagram.

In the first photo, Severn Tencel is pictured at the bottom and Chesapeake Organic Cotton at the top. Potomac Cotton-Linen dyes similarly to Chesapeake and Atlantic Pima dyes similarly to Severn Tencel.

On Wednesdays is pictured alongside her dye pair, Lava Flow, in the last two photos.

Yarn Bases

--Chesapeake Fingering--
100% Organic Cotton
437 yards, 100 grams

--Chesapeake Sport--
100% Organic Cotton
164 yards, 50 grams

--Chesapeake DK--
100% Organic Cotton
246 yards, 100 grams

--Chesapeake Worsted--
100% Organic Cotton
164 yards, 100 grams

--Atlantic Fingering--
100% Pima Cotton
437 Yards, 100 grams

--Atlantic DK--
100% Pima Cotton
218 Yards, 100 grams

--Potomac Fingering--
75% Virginia Cotton, 25% Belgian Linen
340 Yards, 100 grams


--Potomac DK--
75% Virginia Cotton, 25% Belgian Linen
246 Yards, 100 grams

--Severn Fingering--
100% Tencel
437 Yards, 100 grams

--Severn DK--
100% Tencel
246 Yards, 100 grams

--Anacostia Sock--

40% Tencel, 40% Organic Cotton, 20% Elastic

377 Yards, 100 grams

--Weaving Yarn--

*limited edition, not available in all colors*

50% Seacell, 50% Ring-Spun Cotton

6/2 NE

840 yards, 150 grams

Care Instructions

To keep finished objects looking their best, hand-wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.

Each skein is hand-washed thoroughly after dyeing, but please keep in mind that minimal bleeding or crocking can still occur on first wash. A prewash is recommended for projects using multiple colors, especially saturated colors.

As with all hand-dyed yarns, especially plant fibers, slight variations should be expected between batches and even within dye lots. We strongly advise purchasing all skeins for a project at the same time to ensure they come from the same dye lot. It is also best practice to alternate skeins as you work.