This is part of the August 2018 Rebel Batch - Now That's What I Call Brexit - complete with a Spotify playlist that encompasses every part of the political axis of leavers,remainers, changers of 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.
Superchunky yarn is all the rage. Also known as Pencil Roving, this yarn can be used for knitting and crochet but you can also spin it.
The merino has been superwash treated to prevent felting and shrinkage and with a dash of sparkling silver Stellina (a mix of polyester and nylon) you can rock your new project with some sass.
Due to the nature of how this yarn is dyed, every skein is truly unique and can vary!
|Country of Origin
||South African Merino processed in the UK
||90% superwash Merino & 10% Stellina
||200 grams / 7 oz
||130 metres / 142 yards
||10 - 12 mm
|Notes about hand dyed yarn
Yarns are unique and there will be small differences between skeins, even if dyed in the same batch.
Machine washable at 30 degrees but ideally hand wash in cool water and leave flat to dry.
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