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Wansdyke Gradient 4-Ply Yarn

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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. 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 on the Wansdyke, and his favourite colour is blue; I had to dedicate this colourway to him!
  • Our rare breed Cotswold sheep provide the fleece, which is then worsted spun by the Natural Fibre Company in Cornwall.
  • I hand dye it using acid dyes. 
  • Gradient yarns make intriguing scarves and shawls. You'd need two of these 50g balls to make a pair of socks. 
  • Recommended needle size 2.75-3.25mm.
 
Info Sheet
Weight 50g
Length c.158 m
Materials 100% Cotswold Wool
Yarn Weight 4-Ply
Recommended Needle Size 2.75-3.25mm
Suggested Uses It makes beautiful socks, bags and scarves - lace stitches are particularly effective.

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Wansdyke Gradient 4-Ply Yarn
  • 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 on the Wansdyke, and his favourite colour is blue; I had to dedicate this colourway to him!
  • Our rare breed Cotswold sheep provide the fleece, which is then worsted spun by the Natural Fibre Company in Cornwall.
  • I hand dye it using acid dyes. 
  • Gradient yarns make intriguing scarves and shawls. You'd need two of these 50g balls to make a pair of socks. 
  • Recommended needle size 2.75-3.25mm.

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