Beach Please

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Beach Please is shown on our sock yarn base -- it's definitely available on any base you like -- and like all of our other fun new multi-color splash dyed yarns -- would look fantastic as a Weekender sweater, a Daelyn sweater, a pair of socks, a cowl.... mittens..... really anything you like!

This colorway is available for order in any of our yarn bases.

 Dye Technique: Our yarns are all hand-dyed with acid dyes, using techniques which permanently bond the color to the yarn. The colors are all steam set for fade resistance.

Care: Hand wash or machine wash gentle cycle in cool water, using a gentle wool soap such as Soak or Eucalan. Block and air dry flat.


*Please note the colors may vary according to your monitor and computer settings.

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  • 5
    For weavers, too

    Posted by NanC on 27th Feb 2023

    I’ve just woven a shawl on a rigid heddle loom, using the gorgeous Beach Please (MCN) yarn as the entire warp, and alternating Ambassador and Limerick in the weft. It does remind me of ocean waters! I wove another shawl earlier using Re-Entry as the warp. In both cases the multi-colored yarns create a wonderful effect. I highly recommend Sun Valley MCN yarn for rigid heddle weavers— it is strong, soft, and comes in such beautiful colors..

  • 5
    Shimmering colors

    Posted by NanC on 15th Feb 2023

    I am having a ball weaving a shawl on a rigid heddle loom, with Beach Please as the entire warp and alternating Ambassador and Limerick in the weft. Highly recommend MCN fingering yarn for rigid-heddle weaving--it is strong and soft, and comes in glorious colors. I wove another shawl recently with Re-Entry as the entire warp. Thanks to SVF's artful, variegated dying, the colors shimmer.

  • 5
    Beach Please MCS Fingering

    Posted by Susi Willis on 9th Feb 2021

    Absolutely lovely color way - reminds me of the deep blue-green waters of the Caribbean - I’d describe it as shades of marine blue, and shades of emerald green with just a hint of purple. The MCS base is super soft.