Why would valentine have to be red? Why not be it blue instead. Not only one shade of blue, but at least 5, 6 or even 7 shades of blue, with a pinch of black and a dash of off-white (natural wool colour).
Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using professional non-toxic methods and dyes.
Dominant colours: blue / grey / natural white.
Recommended needle size: 4 - 5 mm equivalent to 8 - 7 (UK) or 6 - 7 (US) Worsted c.50g per skein yardage: about 110m (or 119 yards) wpi 11 medium fibre type
The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK.
Perfect for knit/crochet projects.
Washing instructions: Hand wash only at 40 degrees max. Use a mild detergent. Reshape garments whilst damp. Dry flat.
Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.