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2/13NM 4ply weight and 4ply weight singles slubby


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The 1/6NM slubby yarns are a Todd & Duncan special, all known as knops, with one main color of a slubby (soft spun) cashmere with little slubs of other colors spun into it. Quite an interesting effect.

The 1/7NM HS yarns are weaving ones, made to give a hand spun handle...


2/13NM 4ply weight and 4ply weight singles slubby

As 2/13NM yarns these should give 1,050 yards per cone, 3,250 yards per lb, and 28-32 stitches for a 4" swatch, using US 0-1 needle, 2-2.75mm. The 1/^Nm yarns will give 1,000 yards per cone, 3,000 yards per lb. Please post your experiences of using these yarns (especially photos and etails of items made) below...

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