donegal 3.8/1nm 3,800 m/kg / 1,880 yds/lb 8 wpcm / 20 wpi 170 m (approx 50 gm) The metric resultant count is 3.8nm. A soft, thick tweedy merino yarn (non mulesed) with coloured nepps. The nepps cause variations in thickness so we sell the smaller quantities by length to make it easier for you to calculate more accurately the amount you need.
jaggerspun merino 2/18wc
£5.25 - £15.50
jaggerspun merino 2/18wc 10,160 m/kg / 5,040 yds/lb 14 wpc / 34 wpi 25gms - 220m 100gms - 940m The resultant count is 9 wc. For the metric count system the resultant count would be 10nm. Made from superfine Australian merino, this is one of the highest quality merino yarns available. Not to be confused with “superwash”, it will full easily and is perfect for felting effects. If you don’t want felt…
jaggerspun zephyr wool/silk 2/18wc
£5.85 - £17.75
jaggerspun zephyr wool/silk 2/18wc 10,160 m/kg / 5,040 yds/lb 12 wpc / 32 wpi 25gms - 220m 100gms - 940m The resultant count is 9 wc. For the metric count system the resultant count would be 10nm. A luxurious yarn made from 50% fine merino, 50% tussah silk. Because wool and silk accept the dye slightly differently, the yarn has a softly tweedy or marled effect. Due to the silk component, it will s…
lambswool - felting 30/2nm
£3.85 - £9.75
lambswool - felting 30/2nm 15,000 m/kg / 7,440 yds/lb 19 wpc / 48 wpi 25gms - 320m 100gms - 1,375m The metric resultant count is 15nm. Not quite as soft as the superwash merino, this lambswool will full easily and can be felted if you want - use a hot wash and some friction.
£4.00 - £10.50
lambswool 2/17nm lambswool 2/17nm 8,500m/kg / 4,210yds/lb 11wpcm / 32wpi 25gms - 180m 100gms - 800m The metric resultant count is 8.5nm. A high quality yarn spun in the UK. Weavers may use it for warp or weft. The yarn is oiled so when washed it will fill out and soften - see shelf-edge samples when visiting. It is also great for knitting, felting or dyeing. Tips; When machine knitting, the manufa…
lambswool supersoft 11.5/2nm
£4.50 - £15.00
lambswool supersoft 11.5/2nm 100% pure new wool A versitile yarn suitable for many end uses 5,750m/kg/2,850yds/lb 11 wpcm/28 wpi 260m - approx. 50gms The metric resultant count is 5.75nm
£4.25 - £11.50
merino/tencel 2/10wc 5,640 m/kg / 2,800 yds/lb 11 wpc / 28 wpi 25gms - 115m 100gms - 490m The resultant count is 5wc. If you are using the metric count sytems the resultant count would be 5.6nm. This blend of 50% merino, 50% tencel has all the soft warmth of wool but with a lustre from the tencel. It will full and shrink as wool, and if you full it hard, the tencel element will pop out to give a b…
natural-dyed worsted wool 18/2nm
£4.00 - £10.50
Worsted wool 18/2nm 9,000m/kg / 4,460yds/lb 25g spool = 225m 100g spool = 900m 14wpcm / 38wpi The metric resultant count is 9nm. Natural dyed worsted from the Isle of Skye Mainly mordanted with alum. Dyes include: meadowsweet, tansy, weld & marigold for yellows overdyed with indigo for the greens lac, madder and logwood for the reds, pinks and purples, some then overdyed with indigo.
30/2nm merino wool superwash
£4.00 - £22.50
superwash merino 30/2nm 15,000 m/kg / 7,440 yds/lb 19 wpc / 48 wpi 25gms - 320m 100gms - 1,400m The metric resultant count is 15nm. This merino has a lovely soft and silky feel, and has been treated so that it is machine-washable on a wool cycle. Not one to use if you want to felt it!
alpaca baby/cotton chainette undyed 1.2nm
alpaca baby/cotton chainette undyed 1.2nm alpaca baby/cotton chainette undyed 1.2nm 1,200m/kg / 595yds/lb 4 wpcm/ 9wpi 100gm skeins approximately 120m. The resultant count is 1.2nm
Ashford DK 100% New Zealand Wool
wool 100% Ashford NZ 100% New Zealand wool - this yarn has been grown, prepared and spun in New Zealand and is suitable for many types of texile. With 40 colours the range covers a broad spectrum of neutrals, pastels and vibrant shades. 100g ball = 202 metres Weave: 7.5dpi reed Knit: 4-5mm needles Crochet: 5.5-5.5mm hook Care: Hand wash, dry flat, warm iron - alo dry cleanable.
Ashford TK 100% NZ wool
00% New Zealand wool. Our Triple Knit yarn is a beautiful new blend of finer micron Corriedale and Perendale selected for its softness, strength and versatility. Perfect for all knitting, weaving and crochet projects. Sure to become a go to favourite for sweaters, scarves, beanies, blankets, and more. Our Triple Knit offers you all the benefits of wool – warmth, durability, shape retention, easy t…