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Sirdar Haworth Tweed

50% Merino Wool 50% Nylon, 165m (180yds)/50g (1.76oz), DK
$10.99
11 Shades
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About This Yarn
The richly-nepped look of popular wool tweeds in a soft merino blend that’s softer and lighter to wear. Named to honour the famous home of the Bronte sisters and a classic British fabric, even our Haworth Tweed shades are named to celebrate the people and places of our Yorkshire home, from Hepworth Slate to West Riding Red.

What's it like to work with?
This woollen spun blend is gentle and beautifully plump making finished knits softer and lighter to wear than pure wool. The rich nep adds interest to simple stitches and sophistication to robust textures and colour-work.

What is it best for?
Warm outdoorsy knits with a Yorkshire spirit (look closely and discover a Yorkshire rose concealed in our fairisle cardigan). Excellent meterage makes stylish knits and larger projects more affordable than yarns with a similar tweedy look.
Net Weight
50g (1.76oz)
Blend
50% Merino Wool 50% Nylon
Brand
Sirdar
Care

Do Not Iron

Dry Flat

Machine Wash 30°C

Crochet Hooks
4.00mm (F)
Needles
4.00mm (US 6)
Tension
22 stitches, 28 rows to 10cm/4"
Length
165m (180yds)

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Recent reviews

Knitting pattern stated 6 balls of Sirdar yarn needed for the size I was knitting, but actually needed 8 balls. Tension was tested and correct.

24/03/2024

lovely colours and feel. will be using for some cabled long socks.

24/12/2023
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