Yarn of the Month Pattern Suggestions | June - Darn Good Yarn

Yarn of the Month Pattern Suggestions | June

Written by Kate Curry

June Update

Are you a part of the Yarn of the Month Club® community?

If not, here's what you're missing out on this month! 😏

This month's yarn is our Lace Weight Silk Yarn in Vibrant Peacock. 

Our handmade lace weight silk yarn is some of the softest and silkiest yarn you’ll ever feel! It is the thinnest weight yarn and these stunning colors work up to create what looks like a cascade of stunning peacock feathers. 

An Indian woman is laughing as she leans over a dyeing stand. She's holding a purple dye dispenser bottle. The yarn on the dyeing rack is a mix of blue, green, and purple.
Artisans like Bokeh hand spin, dye, and pack every single skein of yarn included in our subcsriptions

Yarn Features

  • Length/Weight: 300 yards
  • Yarn Weight: 0 - Lace/Fingering, 50g
  • Hook Size: B - 1 (2.25mm)
  • Gauge: K 33-40 sts/4", Double C 28-32 sts/4"
  • Physical Quality: Soft and Silky!
  • How to clean: Dry Clean
  • Best for: Knitting, Crocheting, Needlepoint, Embroidery, Tatting, Weaving - Check out our Lace Weight Silk Shawl Kit and Silk Waves Crochet Shawl Kit


When you're looking for your FREE pattern for your yarn of the month subscription, don't forget to use the code JUNEPATTERN at checkout to get your pattern for free!

Not in the club? Join us!

Our monthly Yarn of the Month Club® supports hundreds of artisans by providing safe and sustainable employment. Each month comes with a skein of premium handmade yarn, a colorful insert, and two coupon codes. One coupon code for your free pattern and another coupon code for 35% off any non-subscription DGY purchase! You also get club-only exclusive and discounted products that you can add onto your monthly shipments.

Need More Info?

Love the yarn? Here's our other available colorways!

Meet the Author

Profile picture of the author, Kate Curry, wearing a dark red Nanda Poncho sitting on concrete stairs in front of brick wall.

Kate has been on the Darn Good Yarn team since 2018.

They have their degree in Creative Art Therapy & Psychology - and like crafting and animals a little too much.