Merino/Rambouillet sheep are commonly found in the Western U.S. for their adaptability to semi-arid range conditions. They are large, rugged, gregarious animals known for their high-quality, dense, fine fleece.
Particular wool characteristics feature a bounce and elasticity without compromising softness. The matte surface beautifully exhibits natural dyes. And because it's non-superwash, there's a high fiber memory retention. The fibers rub against each other and attach ever so slightly in what is known as a fulling effect making it an excellent insulator.
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Image: Sample worn in size 3. Model is 5’5” [165 cm] tall with 36-38” [91-96 cm] bust.
Image sample: Size 3 (Regular length)
Yarn: Wool & Palette Worsted
Materials: 632 yds
**The pattern is not included in yarn purchase**
On location photography by © Erin Riddle, IG: @KLiKConcepts
• 3-ply Light Worsted
• Wraps per inch - 11
• Length - 240yd / 219m - 100g / 3.5oz
• Stitch gauge - 21-24 sts = 4" (10cm)
• Recommended needle size - US 5-7 (3.75-4.5mm)
• Grown and milled in the U.S.
• Sheep are certified under the RWS (Responsible Wool Standard)
• Non-Superwash, free of chlorinated compounds and polyamides
• 20-21 Microns means it's soft and perfect for close-to-skin wearable layers
Mustard. Dye materials used: Fustic Wood
Although the utmost care is taken to ensure the colors are consistent from batch to batch, no two are ever the same. We suggest purchasing enough yarn at once to complete your entire project—alternate skeins to avoid color pooling.
Hand wash in cold water with wool wash—dry flat.