Hand Dyed Yarn- First Date DK

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$16.56
+ $8.28 shipping

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$16.56
+ $8.28 shipping
In stock
Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Australia

Features
Handmade
Made in Murgon, Australia

Item details

First Date is a vivid, tonal pink.

DK/8ply yarn
Approx 220m/skein
100% superwash wool

Balter Knitwear is a company run by Plum Seiler out of her 110 year old cottage home that she shares with her husband, cat, and dog. Creating patterns, and knitted goods is a hobby, turned business created from love, hard work, and dedication. Aiming to make practical, but beautiful items for others to enjoy in the years to come, holding memories of those past.


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Shipping & policies
Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Australia
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SHIPPING

All of my patterns are provided as digital files in PDF form, ready for immediate download after payment has cleared.

Physical items will be posted as soon as I can, after payment.


Payments

PAYMENT OPTIONS

I currently only accept payment through PayPal, with more options arriving in the coming months.
It should be noted, you do not need a PayPal Account to pay for your items through PayPal:

You can choose the PayPal Option during checkout. After you submit your order click the "Pay Now" button. Scroll Down and you will see the option to pay with a Credit or Debit Card WITHOUT having to sign up for a PayPal account.


Returns & exchanges

REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES

Unless there is a major error in the pattern provided, at this time Balter Knitwear will not provide exchanges or refunds, but I am committed to providing you with all of the support I can.

If a physical item arrives in a damaged condition, please contact me immediately so we can come to a solution!


Additional policies

ADDITIONAL POLICIES AND FAQs

What sizes are your patterns available in?
The patterns I create are made in a variety of sizes, and I endeavour to make it as transparent as possible in the listings. If you have any confusion, please do not hesitate to ask for more information.

What size needles do you use?
All of the patterns list the needle sizes in millimetres. However, there are a large number of conversion charts available on the internet. Want to make your life even easier? Send me a message, and I’ll reply with a chart for you!