Fibre Content: 100% British Jacob wool
Specification: 4 Ply / Fingering weight – 175m / 50g
Fibre: Sourced from Worcestershire, UK
Processing: Spun in Ceridigion, Wales, dyed in the UK
Recommended needle & hook size: 2.5mm – 3.75mm (always check the pattern)
This is a light and airy woollen-spun and plied yarn from a single farm in Worcestershire. Jacob sheep are one of the oldest native breeds in the UK. They are striking in their appearance, with white and brown fleeces and multiple horns! We sorted the fleeces by hand, separating the white from the brown. We have natural and dyed shades available. The wool is hardwearing and makes lightweight, warm garments that soften beautifully with age. Use it for hats, mittens, jumpers, and house socks and slippers. The yarn is made up of 2 plies, which lends itself well to lace patterns and stranded colourwork. This yarn hasn’t been superwash-treated, so it will felt if you want it to. This also makes it an excellent candidate for steeking, if you’re brave enough!
Anonymous (verified owner) –
pam m. (verified owner) –
this works well with the chimera as part of a colour work project. It is more toothy so ‘ grabs’ the other yarn nicely in the work, so there is no slipping about or creating holes. I wasn’t going to choose this but then saw the colour choices Becci had made for her prism sweater and was really taken with the cream and chimera together adn it really does work
Lisa Pidgeon (verified owner) –
Beautiful wool, as always!