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  • Bienenwabe: Honeycomb
    A gentle honey caramel brown, this colourway is a warm neutral that looks great by itself or paired with almost anything else. It works up with a subtle variance in tone, bringing texture and life to your project.
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight – 400m / 100g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Kiefernwald: Pine Forest
    This colourway is a deep blue-green and it looks great as a single colour or as a backdrop in an exciting palette. It works up with a subtle variance in tone, bringing texture and life to your project.
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight – 400m / 100g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Autoschlüssel: Car Key (get it?)
    A saturated olive green / brown, this colourway is a warm neutral that looks great by itself or paired with similar colours and brights alike. It works up with a subtle variance in tone, bringing texture and life to your project.
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight – 400m / 100g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Lavendelfelder: Lavender Fields
    Is it blue? Is it violet? You tell us... but we do think it's ever so pretty. This colourway is inspired by lavender fields and works up with a subtle variance in tone, bringing texture and life to your project.
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight – 400m / 100g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Weißdornbeeren: Hawthorn Berries
    This colourway has been revamped to better reflect the deep, rich red of the berries. It works up with a subtle variance in tone, bringing texture and life to your project.
     
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight - 400m / 100g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Limited Edition Chimera Minis
    Fibre Content: 100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool
    Specification (per skein): 4 Ply / Fingering weight - 80m / 20g
    Specification (per set): 480m / 120g
    Fibre: Sourced in the UK
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire, hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Fibre Content: 100% British Bluefaced Leicester
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight - 195m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire and hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Fibre Content: 100% British Bluefaced Leicester
    Specification: 4 ply / fingering weight - 195m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from UK flocks
    Processing: Spun in Yorkshire and hand dyed by us in Northamptonshire
  • Colourway: Meadow Foxtail (undyed / natural)
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Reedmace (undyed / natural)
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Yorkshire Fog
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Crested Dog's-Tail
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Field Wood-Rush
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Cock's-Foot
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Pendulous Sedge
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.
  • Colourway: Creeping Bent
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 175m / 50g and Lace weight - 350m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to have in stock the second batch of our most local wool yet: from flocks in Northamptonshire. This comes mostly from a flock of Shetlands in Braunston (with additions from neighbouring flocks); a major canal destination that can be reached by boat from our studio in one day! Flock owners Lynne and David have been breeding Shetland sheep for 17 years, focusing specifically on the quality of the wool, which is incredibly soft. The yarn has a heathered appearance, as many different coloured fleeces have gone into this delightfully local spin. This year we have 2 undyed, natural shades and 6 dyed.

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