The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering

The Fibre Co.

300m / 100g (328yds / 3.5oz) | 60 % Merino Wool 30% Masham Wool 10% Mohair | 4. Fingering
22.90€


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The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering

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Carrying on with the success of the original worsted weight of Cumbria, The Fibre Co. developed this fingering weight version with the same nod to the mood, light and places that characterise the North West of the United Kingdom. The brown wool from English Masham is blended with a fine Mohair from Argentina that adds strength, lustre and warmth. These two fibres are blended with a fine South American Merino to give the final yarn the softness and beautiful hand that defines The Fibre Co. yarns. Fabrics knit from Cumbria Fingering are perfect for lighter weight garments and accessories alike.

Care: Gently hand wash colours separately in cool water. We recommend alternating hanks as you work to give an overall blended appearance.

Pattern recommendation: Lowther by Lotta H Löthgren


Country of origin United Kingdom
Yarn Length/Ball Weight 300m / 100g (328yds / 3.5oz)
Fibers 60 % Merino Wool , 30% Masham Wool , 10% Mohair
Yarn Weight 4. Fingering
Gauge 26 - 30 sts
Pesusuositus Handwash , Dry flat
Needles 2.5-3.5mm (US 1.5-4)
Yarn Characteristics Plied , Blend , Hand Wash , Feltable , Mulesing Free Merino Wool
Yarn by Fiber Merino Wool, Mulesing Free , Mohair
Brand The Fibre Co.


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