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    Colourway: Braunston
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 200m / 50g and Lace weight - 430m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to introduce you to 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 16 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.
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    Colourway: Blisworth
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 200m / 50g and Lace weight - 430m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to introduce you to 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 16 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.
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    Colourway: Buckby
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 200m / 50g and Lace weight - 430m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to introduce you to 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 16 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.
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    Colourway: Bruerne
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 200m / 50g and Lace weight - 430m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to introduce you to 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 16 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.
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    Colourway: Ashby
     
    Fibre Content: 100% British Shetland Wool
    Specification: 4 Ply / fingering weight - 200m / 50g and Lace weight - 430m / 50g
    Fibre: Sourced from Braunston, Northamptonshire, UK
    Processing: Spun in Wales, dyed in our studio in Northamptonshire
     
    We're delighted to introduce you to 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 16 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.

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