There were a few great things about participating in Camp Loopy this year - one was having a chance to make a few lovely projects, another was having the chance to buy fabulous yarn at a discount to make them. One of the final treats is that successful participants in Camp Loopy got a free skein of fingering weight yarn at the end of Camp! There were a few colourways to choose from, and the one I chose was called Meadow Wildflowers, a lovely blend of grassy greens and gorgeous purples. The base yarn for the free skeins is Lorna's Laces Solemate, which I've knit with before and really like. There's a beautiful sheen to it and a really soft touch, along with a drapiness that reminds me of bamboo blends.
I didn't fuss about with this yarn at all, but just did my simple toe-up stockingette sock, to let the colours shine. I'm so happy with these beautiful comfortable socks!
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