This is part of the Rebel Batch - Now That's What I Call Brexit - complete witha Spotify playlistthat encompasses every part of the political axis of leavers,remainers,changersof mind, to the EU who may not want the UK to leave.
These colourways are non-repeatable; we didn't write down the recipes as we're too busy stockpiling French cheese and champagne as we drown our sorrows.
The Countess hates to describe her products as a workhouse yarn but the reality is, this yarn is so universal in purposes, that it actually is.
The long staple length of the smooth luster Bluefaced Leicester wool (a British breed of sheep who look like they have tonnes of personality) combined with a touch of nylon, make this a soft yet incredibly durable yarn.
We hate to describe it as multi-purpose because that doesn't sound particularly glamorous but if you were stashing yarn with wild abandon, you cannot go wrong with this base. It is perfect for socks, shawls and sweaters alike so once you finally figure out what your yarn will evolve into, it's just going to work out.
It's not quite as soft as merino but it will barely pill at all. Say goodbye to shaving your knitwear with this fabulous yarn base. Thecoloursare glossy on this yarn and thanks to the superwash treatment, machine washable too.
Country of Origin
British wool spun in Peru
75% superwash Bluefaced Leicester & 25% Nylon
Fingering / 4ply weight / Sock yarn
100 grams / 3.5 oz
425 metres / 464 yards
2.25 - 3.5mm
Notes about hand dyed yarn
Yarns are unique and there will be small differences between skeins, even if dyed in the same batch
Hand wash or machine wash in cool water and lie flat to dry