Erika Knight Wild Wool - 701 Meander

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This yarn is a pleasure to crochet with. Because of viscose content it drapes well and the stitch definition is…

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Erika Knight Wild Wool - 701 Meander

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This yarn is a pleasure to crochet with. Because of viscose content it drapes well and the stitch definition is…
Erika Knight Wild Wool is a sustainable blend of soft wool and natural nettle in an Aran weight yarn and a palette of irresistible colours inspired by the wild. Nettle has been used as a textile for 2000 years for its strength and durability. It grows abundantly in rainy areas worldwide without the need for harmful pollutants or pesticides. Blended with luxurious wool the nettle enhances the character of this yarn, adding insulation and texture, which contrary to its prickly persona, creates a sumptuously soft yarn.
  • Weight: Worsted
  • Needle size: US 8 (5.00mm)
  • Popular: British, Eco-Friendly
  • Care instructions: Cold Hand Wash
  • Blend: 85% Wool, 15% Nettle
  • Length: 186yds (170m) per 3.5oz (100g) skein
  • Yarn tension: 18 sts x 26 rows in 4in (10cm)

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This yarn is a pleasure to crochet with. Because of viscose content it drapes well and the stitch definition is great. I made slippers with them - it's probably not the ideal yarn for this purpose but so far it has held well. The only thing is that it pills considerably where the soles are on the outside and where the heel is on the inside - a large furry blob of fibres is formed which can easily be removed. Great yarn, but probably not to be used for socks/slippers unless you don't mind picking up furry balls across your floor.
Posted 3 weeks ago