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  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
  • Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn
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Rowan Pebble Island Worsted Knitting Yarn

$13.00 $18.75
Color

Marble 020Qty: 1

Color

Pebble Island, in the Falkland Islands archipelago, is home to a farming family and several thousand unique Merino sheep who graze freely on the luscious natural vegetation and breathe in the rich sea air. This special location is where the world’s finest pure merino wool is grown, and then carefully sheared by hand before shipping to the UK where it is spun and dyed in a family-owned Yorkshire mill. This is a yarn that has taken time and careful planning—Rowan has been been able to procure the entire clip from several shearings to launch a very special limited-quantity yarn, and is committed to continuing to purchase from the island each year.

This yarn is fully traceable, responsibly farmed, and 100% pure. The beautiful palette was developed by Erika Knight and is inspired by the natural stones and the indigenous flora and fauna found on Pebble Island. This exceptional yarn is natural, renewable, biodegradable, breathable, hypoallergenic, resilient and elastic, making it comfortable both to knit with and to wear.

Fiber: 100% Wool

Yardage: 118yds

Needle: US 7

Gauge: 20sts = 4in

Weight: Worsted

Care: Hand wash, do not iron. Lay flat to dry.

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Covid 19 Update: We are shipping your orders as quickly as we can, but please understand that we are working with a limited staff at a slower pace than usual. The same is true for USPS. Right now, shipping can take up to 10 days longer than they're estimating. This is because of a drastic reduction in air travel, as well as a significant decrease in the USPS workforce, all while the demand for items being shipped has increased significantly.