Glass-Floored Stacks is a dusty aqua inspired by the well-traveled floors of historic libraries. A certain Main Library in Pittsburgh is known for some of its stunning historic architecture - and the thick glass floors in the stacks that might make you a little woozy. A byproduct of the Carnegie steel empire, the glass floors originally provided much light to the dark book stacks, and still remain today.
Lightly speckled with periwinkle and gray, Glass-Floored Stacks is designed to pair well with other Ex Libris colorways or shine on its own.
Base: Shelley (3-ply Worsted) 100% U.S. Rambouillet/Merino (Nonsuperwash); 240 yards / 100 grams.
All indie-dyed yarn works up differently depending on gauge, project size, and needle/hook size. Swatches are shown in sock base, from a previous dye batch, to give an average idea of the colorway only.