Why call this CinCin? Back in the 1930’s or so there was a common toast – you would raise your glass and say “Cin Cin” (pronounced Chin Chin) from the Italian meaning “Cheers.” Now there is also a yarn called CinCin and it is a cheerful, colorful yarn that adds texture and a bit of shine. This bright turnquoise scarf includes several strands of CinCin for the fun of it. At 6″ x 65″ it’s a generous length with a nice drape combining Oregon hand-dyed yarns of merino, alpaca, and wool. One-of-a-kind, of course. Cheers!