Lichen comes in many tones and hues, depending on where in the world you live. Growing up in the high desert of southern Idaho, our lichen was a bright, golden green color. It grows on the basalt rocks that are prevalent leftovers from ancient volcanic activity. This colorway is reminiscent of mother nature's splash of color that brightens up the reddish brown rocks and the dry, blowing grasses in this beautiful (and sometimes under-appreciated) climate.
Knitting with Divine is a heavenly treat. The merino gives this yarn nice substance, while the cashmere and silk make it a luxe experience.
Divine is a lofty fingering weight and has wonderful drape for shawls and scarves.
Handwash in tepid water with wool-friendly detergent. Lay flat to dry. Even though this yarn has a high superwash merino content, we do not recommend machine washing or drying.