Susan B. Anthony wore a red shawl to her speaking engagements so constistently, it became a signature. And even now, women are celebrating 100 years of having the right to vote by making their own red shawls and scarves to wear this November. This yarn, milled in the town Susan B. Anthony called home in childhood (the same town where her father ran a cotton mill), was specially dyed for an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of women securing the right to vote. Like so much else this year, the event was canceled. Because of that, I can now offer it here.
Milled a few hours away, this yarn features Corriedale from the Northeast blended with single-farm sourced Merino from Colorado. Approximately 240 yards per 100g skein. Also available in 5 natural shades. This is kettle dyed, but there's a subtle variation to the skein gives this red depth and interest.