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GINGER'S HAND DYED

YAKETY-YAK 4PLY :: Merino Yak & Silk

£23.50

Ginger’s Hand Dyed Yakety-Yak 4ply is a smooth and beautifully spun fingering weight yarn with sheen, softness, strength and drape. As this yarn is naturally a light grey brown, the palette available within this range of Ginger’s Hand Dyed is beautifully muted. The combination of merino, yak and silk makes beautiful cardigans, shawls, hats, and mitts.

Hand dyed in Edinburgh, Scotland.

  • 100grams/366metres/400yards
  • 60% Superwash Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk
  • Weight: Fingering/4ply
  • Needles: 2.5mm – 4.0mm depending on desired gauge
  • Care: Hand wash in tepid water and lay flat to dry. Some shades may bleed, so add a splash of vinegar to the bath when combining shades.