CANEVAS is the french word for “canvas”. Originally, a canvas was a large fabric made of hemp used mostly for making boat sails. It was also used to make various works: embroidery, tapestry, preparatory drawings. The term "canvas" is derived from the word chanvre (which means hemp in french) and chenevis (from the Latin word cannabis). For me, a canvas is like a blank page: it opens the doors to all possibilities and invites the creative spirit that lives in each one of us! - Louise
If you love to knit with Biscotte Yarns, you will fall head over heels with this artisanal, hand-dyed KID SILK yarn by Louise Robert Design. Whether you are knitting a scarf, a shawl or a sweater, there's nothing better than a beautifully crafted yarn designed by a passionate knitter for knitting enthusiasts.