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Official StatisticsEdit

Gauge: 3 1/2 to 5 stitches per inch (by varying needle size from 10/12 US down to #5 US)

Weight: Worsted

Contents: 70% Wool, 30% Yearling Mohair

Care Instructions: Hand wash, lay flat to dry.

Yardage: 2 oz skein has 140 yards

Knitter's NotesEdit

"Knits up very smoothly"

"Very nice yarn but a tad pricey. It wouldn't have been bad if the hat only used one skein but I had to buy two for this hat. " -- Karen

"I like this yarn a lot. It’s soft and easy to knit with. There are some things I did not like about it. It is weak, this goes against the Knitters Review opinion. It broke very easily. Especially when seaming. It would just pull apart as I tugged at it to tighten up my mattress stitch. VERY FRUSTRATING. Otherwise, it’s a lot of fun. I mentioned this before, I am afraid that it won’t hold up to the wear of time. Stay tuned." -- Bookish Girl

"My biggest issue is with the fact that the bag isn't as firm and sturdy as I hoped it would be. Most other felted bags I have seen are extremely sturdy and stand up nice and straight. This bag wilts over and becomes deformed once I put it down." -- Dani, Knitting Sunshine

Knitter's ExamplesEdit

  • Mittens, knit in her own pattern by Blue Garter in Lupine
  • Cabled Hat from pattern "Ivy's Cable Cap" by Green Mountain Spinnery, knit by Karen
  • Bag, pattern from Simple Knits for Sophisticated Living, knit by Dani with 4 skeins of blue
  • Cableweave Sweater, pattern also from Green Mountain Spinnery, knit by Ellen with 4 cones of Balsam.
  • Rogue, from the Girl from Auntie pattern, knit by Teresa C. in the Aspenglo colour. "Gauge before washing: 18 1/2 sts and 25 rows to 4". Washed (not blocked) 18 1/2 and 25 1/2-26 rows"

More InformationEdit

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