Leizu Fingering

Leizu fingering is a luminous blend of superwash merino and silk, spun in Canada and dyed by Julie Asselin in Montreal.

Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering
Leizu Fingering

Leizu Fingering

Leizu fingering is a luminous blend of superwash merino and silk, spun in Canada and dyed by Julie Asselin in Montreal.

114g and 384 metres per skein.

4.02oz and 420 yards per skein.

7 sts = 1" on US 2, 2.75 needles.

8 sts = 1" on US 1, 2.25 mm needles.

90% Wool - Merino and 10% Silk

The suggested gauges given above are from the yarn label, but Leizu fingering has a luxurious hand and beautiful drape when worked at a looser gauge for shawl or scarf projects. Try it at around 5-6 stitches per inch. 

Leizu (Chinese: 嫘祖; pinyin: Léi Zǔ) was a legendary Chinese empress and wife of the Yellow Emperor. According to tradition, she discovered silk, sericulture, and invented the silk loom, in the 27th century BC.