Liddington Hill - Hand Dyed Sock Yarn

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  • 100g skein of sock weight yarn from the wool of our friend Prudence's Shropshire sheep, based near Stroud, Gloucestershire
  • Colourway 'Liddington Hill' is inspired by the hill which provides a backdrop for the town of Swindon, complete with Iron Age hillfort and striking copse of trees
  • The yarn is spun by the Natural Fibre Company in Launceston, Cornwall
  • Shropshire sheep are a traditional breed, a handsome black-faced sheep which is often used to graze in orchards, since the sheep won't attack the bark of the trees. Their wool is springy and hard-wearing, but still soft.
  • The yarn is dyed by hand, using acid dyes, which are non-toxic
  • Recommended needle size is 2.75mm - 3.25mm, each skein contains c.249m of yarn
 
Info Sheet
Weight 100g
Length c.249m
Materials 100% Shropshire wool
Yarn Weight Sock Yarn
Recommended Needle Size 2.75-3.25mm
Suggested Uses This will make excellent, hard wearing socks

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Liddington Hill - Hand Dyed Sock Yarn
  • 100g skein of sock weight yarn from the wool of our friend Prudence's Shropshire sheep, based near Stroud, Gloucestershire
  • Colourway 'Liddington Hill' is inspired by the hill which provides a backdrop for the town of Swindon, complete with Iron Age hillfort and striking copse of trees
  • The yarn is spun by the Natural Fibre Company in Launceston, Cornwall
  • Shropshire sheep are a traditional breed, a handsome black-faced sheep which is often used to graze in orchards, since the sheep won't attack the bark of the trees. Their wool is springy and hard-wearing, but still soft.
  • The yarn is dyed by hand, using acid dyes, which are non-toxic
  • Recommended needle size is 2.75mm - 3.25mm, each skein contains c.249m of yarn

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