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Rowan Chenille is 100% cotton, soft and yet textured to the touch. This yarn takes cables and textured stitches very well. Available in strong jewel like colours and in a 50 gram ball it is ideal for colour work, mixing with other Rowan core yarns, but equally makes very wearable and warm garments when knitted by iteslf.

This wonderful soft roving British yarn is a designer's dream.

Colourspun is a lovely wool and mohair blended yarn which is sublime to knit. Each shade is produced by blending two printed and two solid colours together and then twisted with a printed binder.

This cotton is a wonderful dry handle cotton yarn.

Cotton Lustre is an interesting blend of cotton, linen and modal which gives it a wonderful drape with a soft handle. This yarn encorporates the essential summer shades and knits on 6mm needles making it perfect for a quick summer knits. The colour palette encorporates the essential summer shades.

Creative Focus Worsted is a lovely wool and alpaca blended aran weight yarn.

A lovely dry handle summer yarn in a blend of 50% Linen and 50% Cotton, the Creative Linen is soft to wear.

Fazed Tweed is an interesting mix of wool, and fine alpaca, with a filled tube like construction this yarn gives a soft blended tweed like knitted fabric.

*Felted Tweed is a blend of merino wool, alpaca and viscose and knits to
a DK weight.  The yarn has a beautiful tweed effect perfect for
fairisles, striping and other colour work and the rustic colour palette
makes this yarn a firm favourite with our designers.

*Please note, this is a lightly pre-felted yarn that knits to a lightweight fabric with a felted effect. Please follow care instructions, as the yarn may felt further if washed incorrectly

Felted* Tweed Aran is a wonderful, tweedy yarn with a felted look, is a beautiful blend of merino wool, alpaca and viscose.

*Please note, this is a lightly pre-felted yarn that knits to a lightweight fabric with a felted effect. Please follow care instructions, as the yarn may felt further if washed incorrectly