Single Sheep from Cedar Hill Farm Company

Single Sheep

from Cedar Hill Farm Company
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
400 yards
(366 meters)
100 grams
(3.53 ounces)
7.0 to 8.0 sts
= 1 inch
US 1 - 3 or 2.25 - 3.25mm
100% Wool
rustically soft
Milled: United States, Milled in Wyoming by Mountain Meadow Wool Mill
Source of fiber: United States, farm raised at Cedar Hill Farm

Cedar Hill Farm Co.’s own Single Sheep is our farm-raised, single-ply Corrie-cross wool--the most luminous and unique American-raised wool yarn on the market! Raised here on Cedar Hill Farm in Commerce, Georgia, this yarn is dyed on the farm by hand in small batches with eco-friendly, non-toxic dyes.

Grown right here at Cedar Hill Farm, this medium-weight 100% wool fingering weight single is an excellent choice for cool weather accessories, fingering weight sweaters and gloves. The amazing stitch definition of this yarn makes it ideal for cable patterns. Colors have a luminescence and depth that you won’t find in commercial yarns. Perfect for your most stunning knitting or crochet projects. All colors are semi-solid, as they have been individually hand-dyed rather than mill dyed, and some minor color variation may appear throughout the skein.

Per hank information:

Yarn Type: Fingering weight single
Length: 400 yards (365.7 m)
Weight: 1 hank = 3.5 0z / 100 g
Content: 100% Wool (Corriedale Cross)
Gauge: 8-9 stitches per inch on US #1-3 needles
Care: Hand wash; dry flat best results

Excellent stitch definition.