Biches et Bûches Le Petit Lambswool

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Biches et Bûches Le Petit Lambswool

23.00

This is a pure four-ply fingering weight lambswool spun for Biches et Bûches by a family-owned fiber mill in Scotland. The wool is both rustic and soft and blooms beautifully when blocked. The thread is thin and sturdy, the wool is fully scoured, and the labels have been handwritten by Caroline of Biches et Bûches.

Think jumpers, colourwork, hats, scarves, mittens, socks - all in a range of gorgeous, natural shades.

Technical specifications: Each 50g skein contains approx 248meters / 270yards. Recommended needle size is 3mm / US2.5 / UK11 and 3.5mm / US4 / UK9.5.

The little story: When starting to think about a woolen company, Biches et Bûches founder Astrid was in search of the yarn she wanted to knit her designs with and offer in the shop. She was looking for something rustic that reminded her of her Scandinavian roots and a trip to Norway when she discovered the pure wool from Norwegian sheep. She was searching for a yarn that could make a sturdy sweater, and that also had a softness that could carry all the way through from the making to the finished garment.

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