Gradient Yarns 

Dyed on our pedigree Cotswold 4-ply base, gradient yarns have long colour changes throughout the ball. 

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  • 50g ball of our 4-ply yarn, dyed as a gradient. Our gradient colour collection is inspired by ancient roads and trackways in Wiltshire, our home county. The Icknield Way is one of the oldest tracks in England, and passes through our county from Salisbury towards Oxfordshire. I was inspired by the thought of Roman legionaries using the route to criss-cross...

  • 50g ball of our 4-ply yarn, dyed as a gradient. Our gradient colour collection is inspired by ancient roads and trackways in Wiltshire, our home county. Green Street, or Herepath, is an Anglo-Saxon road which rises from Avebury, the prehistoric stone circle, and leads over the Marlborough Downs. For many years, I rode my horse down Green Street, in the...

  • 50g ball of our 4-ply yarn, dyed as a gradient. Our gradient colour collection is inspired by ancient roads and trackways in Wiltshire, our home county. The Ridgeway is probably the most famous prehistoric trackway in England, and runs along the downs not far from the village where we live. It passes many prehistoric monuments and archaeological sites,...

  • 50g ball of our 4-ply yarn, dyed as a gradient. Our gradient colour collection is inspired by ancient roads and trackways in Wiltshire, our home county. I've cheated a bit with the inclusion of Wansdyke, which is an early medieval linear earthwork, but it does have a modern long-distance path which follows its route. A good friend has written a PhD thesis...

  • 50g ball of our 4-ply yarn, dyed as a gradient. Our gradient colour collection is inspired by ancient roads and trackways in Wiltshire, our home county. A turnpike road (an 18th century toll road) ran through the village where my friend and fellow shepherd Lucy lives. As a child, she used to walk to school along its route, and always looked out for a...

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