I have a few International customers in various parts of the world. We all know the cost of shipping yarns has gotten insanely high over the years.
I am familiar with the idea of a particular yarn calling for your attention, but the cost of shipping gets in the way. I mean, nobody wants to pay as much for shipping as the cost of the yarn itself, right?
I just checked random weights to different countries and found that ONE skein of yarn (4 ounces) and SIX skeins of yarn (1 pound 9 ounces) cost the same to ship, using First Class International Package rate. I do not know about any tariffs, duty, or other charges at the destination country, of course, but the actual shipping charge that I would charge is the same whether one or six. I can fit up to six skeins into a single 12 x 15 inch Tyvek envelope. More than six skeins would, of course, require multiple packages OR using a Priority Flat-Rate Box (which can hold up to 12 skeins), which would be more expensive.
What one of my long-time regular customers has been doing is to make her selections over a period of time, asking me to hold them aside until a package is full. I will invoice the original skein(s), plus international shipping to her country, which ensures her postage is paid up front and then she can make additional selections later on as she sees them come available without concern for additional shipping costs.
If this is something you would like to take advantage of, feel free to ask and I will be happy to check the rates to your country.