Hand Spun Yarn Hand Dyed Shetland Wool in Greens and Browns DK/Light Aran Weight 330 yds

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Made in Lanark, United Kingdom

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This is a skein which I spun on my Ashford E Spinner.

It is spun from a hand dyed fine Shetland roving from Artistspaletteyarns here on Etsy,

The colourway is a mix of greens, pinks and browns called "Sedum"
It is a smooth 2 plied yarn and is very soft. I regularly use this yarn for had, mitts and scarves.

WPI : 11= DK/light Aran weight ( I'd suggest needle size 4-5.5mm)
Length : approx. 330yds/301.8m.
Weight : 195g/6.88oz

This is a large skein, so there is more than enough to knit/crochet a gorgeous shawl or scarf, a hat, headband or a pair of mitts, or add as an accent to a plain coloured yarn.

Can also be used in weaving projects.

Hand wash whatever you make from this as it will felt.

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