Eliza Furnace was inspired by a winter photograph of the ongoing sulfur dioxide pollution that plagues southwestern Pennsylvania. It takes its name from a frequented bicycle trail, which is named after a blast furnace that formerly occupied the area.
Portions of sales of this colorway support GASP, Pittsburgh's Group Against Smog and Air Pollution.
Base: Anaïs (Single ply, fingering); 30% Silk/70% Superwash Merino; 438 yds / 100 grams
Price listed is per one (1) skein of yarn