Name the Yarn!

Last week the samples of Cheryl’s new self-striping yarns came in, as a result of the classes she taught in Peru.  These are handpaints she developed with a fair trade co-op in Arequipa that will appear in the garments featured in the Companion Pattern Book for Secrets of the Lost Caves, Book Two of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy.

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We have two problems, however, and we’re hoping that you can help! The first problem is that the yarn colors have no names! What’s a skein of yarn without a name? The second problem is that we can only keep half! We have 18 skeins to pick from and only half of them are going to make the cut.

Can you help us? Head over to the Potluck Facebook Page and vote on which skeins of yarn you want us to keep!

Note: You have to be a fan of the page in order for the voting program to work!

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