Start with kid mohair, add in mulberry silk, and a small amount of nylon and you have one exquisitely soft yarn. Geisha is a 3-ply yarn that is fine enough for lace but not so much so that it cannot be used for garment knitting. The mohair will halo as it is used, giving your garment more texture and softness. All three of these fibers take dye well, the result being deep rich colors with a bit of a sheen. The fabric this yarn creates is baby soft, with a little drape, a minor amount of elasticity, and a whole lot of class.
Colorway Shown: Highway 30
All measurements are approximate.
Content: 70% Kid Mohair/ 20% Mulberry Silk/ 10% Nylon
Weight: 8oz. / 226g
Length: 995yds / 910m
Gauge: 7 stitches per inch (2.5 cm) on size 3 (3.25 mm) needles