I recommend that you hand wash super yarns in cool water and lay flat to dry. 

I dye all my yarn with professional, acid dyes, which are bonded to the yarn with white vinegar or citric acid. The dye is fully exhausted before rinsing.

Occasionally, light bleeding occurs on first wash, especially in highly saturated areas on the skein. Typically hot pink and turquoise are the worst offenders.

This photo is an example of the colorway you will receive. I always use the same recipes when replicating my colorways, but due to the nature of hand dyeing, the appearance of colorways and saturation can vary, even within the same dye batch, or across different bases. 

If you are using more than one skein of a colorway for a project, I recommend alternating every two rows to best blend your skeins together. We do our best to photograph each listing as accurately as possible but please refer to the description of the colorway.