Ramble melds the softest grades of traditional fibres into a delicately lightweight, springy yarn.
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100g and 400 metres per skein.
3.53oz and 437 yards per skein.
8 sts = 1" on US 1, 2.25 mm needles.
6sts = 1" on US 4, 3.5 mm needles.
100% British wool
Crunchy and lofty, lightweight but hardy, interesting neutrals and glowing brights, Ramble from Kettle Yarns combines many of my favourite qualities in a sweater yarn. I'm delighted to add this small batch, locally sourced British yarn to our range.
An airy twirl of the finest British-reared Romney and Shetland fibres, Ramble is sourced directly from local British farms. The fibres are spun and dyed at one of Britain’s few remaining woolen mills, creating a yarn perfect for colourwork, twisted stitches, cables and rustic lace shawls. Its fleecy 2-ply construction blooms into a lightweight fabric, helping to even irregular stitches into a closely knit, cohesive material with a gorgeously rustic hand.
Ramble’s gauge is very flexible; knit densely it produces a warm, durable fingering-weight fabric, knit loosely it can be a more lofty and bouncy sport to DK weight as the woollen-spun yarn expands to fit spaces left by larger needles. You can also hold two strands together for thicker Fisherman’s jumpers, choosing 2 different colours for a traditional marled effect.