Repeatable means that we hold a recipe for the colourway and you are able to purchase as many skeins as you need. Multiple skeins in a single order are produced as a single dye lot. Please order enough to complete your project as we are a small producer and small variances do exist between batches.
Both our Fingering Weight (sock) and our DK Weight yarns consist of 85/15% Merino Nylon giving you the softness of extra fine merino and the extra durability produced with a bit of added nylon! , The main factor determining the quality of merino wool is its softness which depends upon the fineness of the fibres.
Our Fingering (Sock) Weight Yarns measure 400m (435yds) per 100g
Recommended Needle Size: 2.5 - 4mm needle
Gauge (stocking stitch): 28 sts x 36 rows over 10cm/4 inches on 3.25mm (US 3) needles
Recommended Crochet Hook Size: 2.25 - 3.5mm (US B-1 - E-4)
Suggested gauge: 21 to 32 sc = 10cm/4 inches
Our DK Weight Yarns Measure 225m (246yds) per 100g
Recommended Needle Size: 3.5 - 4.5mm (US 4 - 7) needles
Gauge (stocking stitch): 22 sts x 30 rows over 10cm/4 inches on 4mm (US 6) needles
Recommended Crochet Hook Size: 4.5-5.5mm (US 7 - I-9) Suggested gauge: 12-17 sc = 10cm/4 inches
Our Worsted Weight Yarns are available in 100% British Superwash Bluefaced Leicester Lustre Wool, The creamy BFL yarns are naturally soft but they are also good for items that are subject to wear such as socks, mittens, sweaters and hats. They drape well without heaviness due to the natural crimp of the fibre and, with long staple fibres, these yarns are less prone to pilling than many wools. The lustre of the wool emphasizes the shape of stitches so is ideal for textured stitches and cables. At 25-26 microns, the fibres are less fine than merino but the BFL fibres have large, smooth scales on their surface so they feel smoother and have a characteristic pearly sheen to them.
Our Worsted Weight Yarns measure 166m (181yds) for 100gRecommended Needle Size: 4.5 - 5.5mm (US 7 - 9) needles
Recommended Crochet Hook Size: 5.5 - 6.5mm (US I-9 to K-10.5) Suggested gauge: 11-14 sc = 10cm/4 inches