I've developed something of a Sleep Season yarn problem. So much so that I've even started making special orders. (Don't mind Antone, he's judgey like that.)
Much of the yarn Meg dyes is fingering weight, perfect for socks, shawls, wristers, and so on. I fell for a mixed-berry colorway but wanted a quicker-to-knit yarn weigt, DK or worsted. Kelly at Wild Yarns arranged the commission and Meg gamely accepted.
The result is pictured. 100 percent merino. If it wren't so wooly, I'd be tempted to take a lick.
Thank you, Meg! You're an artist!