The North Ronaldsay sheep are rare beasts found on the island of North Ronaldsay, Orkney. Dwelling on the beach and feasting on seaweed, this British breed of sheep produces the sort of fleece that rustic wool lovers will love. This yarn has a count of 30 - 35 microns and is ever so slightly on the lighter side of fingering weight, making this suitable for patterns needing 3ply or 4ply yarn. Who says only merino should be hand dyed, right?
|Country of Origin||Scottish wool spun in the UK
|Fibre Composition||100% North Ronaldsay wool|
|Yarn Weight||Light Fingering / 3 ply weight|
|Skein Weight||100 grams / 3.5 oz|
|Length||500 metres / 545 yards|
|Needle Size||3.25 mm|
|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 in cool water and lie flat to dry
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