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2/28NM, 4/46NM and 2/36NM lace weights

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These yarns are spun by Todd & Duncan of Scotland, one of the top cashmere mills in the world. Made from the best Mongolian cashmere fibres they are beautifully soft with the T&D trademark - vibrant colours... Note that a few of these yarns are spun and dyed by Hinchcliffes of Yorkshire, Loro Piana of Italy or another Italian mill rather than Todd & Duncan, if they are it says so on the listing.

The 2/36NM yarns form Todd & Duncan, ocassionally Loro Piana, and are between a lace weight and a cobweb weight... The Todd & Duncan ones are marketed as Eminence brand

The 4/46NM yarns are Italian spun, created from two strands of soft vivid cobweb cashmere...


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2/28NM, 4/46NM and 2/36NM lace weights

As 2/28NM yarns these give about 2,270 yards per cone, 6,800 yards per lb, and should give around 32-36 stitches on a 4 inch swatch, using US 2-5, 2.5-3.75 mm needles. Please add your experiences with these yarns (especially with pictures!) below. You can find articles about knitting and washing these yarns in our Knowledge Base section..

Note:

- we will wind multiple plies of these yarns onto cone for no extra charge, just let us know how many plies when you pay...

- some of these yarns came in on smaller cones, so by the time we get to the last few 150g cones for sale, we might actually send 2 or even 3 (never more) smaller cones instead of one 150g one. You usually get more yarn that way, but if that would be a problem for you please let us know...

- the size of the cones in the pictures may vary, the amount for sale is always 150g...


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