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Be they coastal, wooded or alpine, meadows are important ecosystems housing local fauna and serving as a fertile growing ground for flora of many varieties. Usually filled with grasses and other non-woody plants, the theme of lightness is everywhere in a meadow. What better name for a lace weight yarn? Meadow is the perfect lace weight yarn, spun with The Fibre Co.’s trademark blend of luxury fibres with a touch of rustic. Combining four of the most luxurious fibres—baby llama, fine merino wool, silk and linen—this 2 ply yarn is slightly heavier than a typical lace weight yarn. It is a versatile yarn that works well on a variety of needle sizes and a wide array of projects. The crisp hand and stitch definition of linen with the sheen of silk is perfectly complimented by the softness of baby llama and fine merino. A yarn for fibre lovers who like a treat on the needles and for their favourite handmades.

arn weight: Lace   Hank weight: 100 g
Fibre: 
40% Merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk, 15% linen
Length: 
498 m / 545 yds per 100 g hank
Tension / Gauge: 
32–36 sts / 10 cm / 4 in

Needle size: 2.25—3.25 mm / 1—3 US / 13—10 UK

Care: Gently hand wash colours separately in cool water. We recommend alternating hanks as you work to give an overall blended appearance.



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