NB: We only stock a limited number of our "originals" yarn sets, which means that the yarn will most likely be dyed especially for you. In this case your order will be ready for shipment within 3-4 weeks. If you need it urgently, please send us a note before ordering to check ready-to-ship availability.
This yarn set contains 7 skeins of Merlino - 1 skeins each of the colourways - perfect for the “PARALLELOLAMB“ shawl by Stephen West.
This modular design is knit from the center outward, so you can simply stop early for a smaller size. Each parallelogram is attached to the previous section so there is no seaming required. A perfect project to keep you interested, but easy enough to pick up anywhere and anytime.
We offer 5 sets in different color combinations - something for everybody:
#1 red (original): Pomodoro, Claret, Powder, Salmon, Secret, Nightshade, Blush
#2 green: Woodruff, Frosted Moss, Stained Brass, Olivia, Chartreuse, Robin Hood, Artichoke Hearts
#3 neutral (grey - brown): Volcanic Sand, Stone, Hey Grey, Arctic Wolf, Sand, Camel, Masala
#4 blue: Marine, Whale Watching, Leaden Sky, Fjord, Glacier, Washed Out, Apollo
#5 pop: Iris, Goldenrod, Pumpkin, Peach Pop, Pretty in Pink, Goiaba, Chili
#6 muted (brown - green): Oxblood, Gaia, Italian Roast, Hunter, Fall, Propolis, Camel
Yardage: Approximately 2470yds / 2259m total
Color A - 380yds / 347m
Color B - 390yds / 357m
Color C - 320yds / 293m
Color D - 330yds / 302m
Color E - 370yds / 338m
Color F - 340yds / 311m
Color G - 340yds / 311m
This listing is only for the yarn, the pattern is not included. You will find the suggested pattern on Ravelry:
90% New Wool 10% Linen
Merino - mulesing free, superwash
Heavy Sock Weight
yardage per skein
393yd / 100g
English, (pattern is not included in set price)
ready to dispatch in
3-4 weeks after payment
3-6 weeks (depending on destination)
CareCold hand wash recommended. Lay flat to dry.
Dyes are applied merely by hand so there is a natural variation within hanks of the same dye lot. To maintain an even appearance in larger projects I would suggest to alternate skeins while knitting.
I take great care photographing my items, but please take into account that colours might vary slightly due to different monitors.