3-skein pack of CHUNKY WEIGHT Navajo Churro yarn. WHITE skeins only in this pack. Comes with free yarn sample card.

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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
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Each CHUNKY WEIGHT skein contain 8 ounces per 150 yards of yarn.

You will receive 3 individual skeins of yarn in CREAMY WHITE only. The Dark Grey and Grey are currently out of stock.

Also comes with my sample yarn card.

Weaving WPI- 7-8. 2-3 stitches on size 15 knitting needles or "N" crochet hook.

Please see the NAVAJO CHURRO SHEEP ASSOCIATION for more specifics on this heritage breed and thanks for looking!



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Worth every penny!! This is my 5th or 6th order. The quality is always amazing and it always ships fast <3 Thank you! -Allie
Mar 17, 2018 by Allie Pille

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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Since I live quite a distance from the closest post office I will ship your order within 3 days following payment confirmation.

Shipping in the U.S. is via USPS Mail. Either 1st class or Priority depending on weight.

I do refund shipping overages rounded up to a whole dollar amount.

I do "stuff" packages to save you shipping costs.










Payments

Payment accepted through ETSY DIRECT CHECKOUT as well as PAYPAL.
Please remit payment at the time of purchase.


Returns & exchanges

If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase please contact me prior to returning the item.
For a full refund minus shipping costs, the purchase must be returned in it's original condition and original package within 10 days.

All shipping costs to return item will be your responsibility and will not be refunded.

Please remember your wool product lived in a moth-free, smoke-free and pet-free environment.


Additional policies

For more information regarding NavajoChurro wool and it's characteristics you may want to visit Navajo-Churro Sheep Association web site.