This Irish Yarn is produced in County Kilkenny. It is made from 50% Irish Cheviot wool and 50% New Zealand Lamb. Each colour is a unique dye – made from up to 9 colours – so you won’t see these colours anywhere else.
The wool is machine washable at 40 degrees C, and it softens when it is washed. I have tried to felt the wool at 60 degrees C. While the fibres did start to matt, you could still see the stitches. It is very hardwearing and so far I have seen no evidence of it balling.

: 218 yards (199 meters)
: 115 grams (4.06 ounces)

: 20.0 sts = 4 inches (10 cm)
: US 6 – 7 or 4 – 4.5mm

:  100% Wool