Dyad is a mix of two yarn types.

One soft and shiny mercerised cotton lines the inner surface.
It permeates colour through a glistening crepe of gravelly texture which adds strength and resilience to the resulting fabric. Colour structuring creates individual markings of reversed colour within a pixelated effect.

When both yarn types are close colours, they are mixed together creating a random interplay of textures.

It likes conditioning after washing.


  • 50% mercerised cotton
  • 27% viscose
  • 23% synthetic

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Blurring the Boundaries Exhibition: Fashion Design Innovation in Contemporary Knitting
June 24 - August 13 2006