It’s a gorgeous sweater, no doubt. I’ve actually worn it. Twice. It’s so fitted and comfortable and warm. Much of that goes to Amy Herzog, no doubt, she’s a fantastic designer, but the fiber had something to do with it too.
Glynda McIver got to spin the fiber for Amy’s Swing Step and while it was nice and the yarn was pretty great, I’m holding the fiber that you’ll get to spin for your own Swing Step and it’s even better! I’m not sure what Mary changed with her processing but this stuff is like buttah! So perfectly processed, no vm, no lumps, no bumps, no neps, nothing! It’s like a homogenized pound of fiber heaven. I even think it’s softer.
This pound (yes, 16 ounces) Suriland (Shetland and Suri 50/50) from Mary at Fancy Fibers can be yours! All you have to do is leave a review for this issue of PLY here (not in the comments, but here, on the issue page under reviews). Be honest, give it a star rating and leave a review and you’ll be entered in the drawing for the fiber. I’ll announce the winner on October 15th.