High Desert Heathered Worsted: 50/50 Merino/Navajo Churro blend from Indigenous and Rural Shepherds - NEW
Introducing High Desert Heathered, a 50% Navajo Churro 50% Merino blended yarn..
High Desert Heathered combines black and white Navajo Churro, raised by Phil Singer, Jeanne Salt, and Lorena Noelson on the Navajo Nation, with single-flock Merino, raised by Elena Miller-terKuile of Cactus Hill Farms in Southern Colorado, resulting in a beautiful grey yarn. Their fibers bring the best of both breeds to this yarn--the loft and softness of Merino and the strength and luster of Navajo Churro, resulting in a hardy yet comfortable yarn perfect for knit, crochet, and weaving. High Desert Heathered is also available in undyed natural grey.
Produced by a small independent fiber mill, this yarn may have slight variations of thickness in the skein.:)
NEW COLORS!!!!! High Desert Heathered is available in brand new colors for summer 2021, that compliment our other High Desert lines perfectly.
High Desert Heathered Worsted comes in a variety of hand dyed shades, dyed by Andrea Greene. All High Desert products are grown, milled, and dyed in the high deserts of the Four Corners Region.
Items made with our fibers should be carefully hand washed and laid flat to dry.