A standard 3-fold yarn which is spaced dyed, with an elongated colour repeating stripe means it can only be balled as a cake to appreciate all the colours in each different colourway.
With 10% Alpaca in this blend, you have the softest yarn for all your Autumn knits with exceptional length for a standard DK yarn. It is ideal as a one cake project yarn as well as garments, accessories, and homewares.
The beautiful, elongated striping of the yarn makes for an attractive design as well as the yarn having great stitch definition.
The yarn is available in 150g balls and in the following shades:
- Gooseberry (5201) - purples, salmon pink and white.
- Berries (5202) - brown, pale pink, red and white.
- Heather (5203) - blue, grey, purple and white.
- Morning Sky (5204) - blues and white.
- Woodland (5205) - browns, green and white.
- Landscape (5206) - blue, brown, terracotta and white.
- Babbling Brook (5207) - blue, brown, green and white.
- Frost (5208) - black, greys and white.
The length of each ball is 535 metres / 585 yards approximately and it is recommended that you use 4mm needles (UK 8 - USA 6) for a 10cm x 10cm (4" x 4") tension square of 22 stitches x 28 rows.
This yarn is machine washable at 30c and tumble dried on a cool setting, however it should not be ironed.
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- Colour: Gooseberry (5201), Berries (5202), Heather (5203), Morning Sky (5204), Woodland (5205), Landscape (5206), Babbling Brook (5207) or Frost (5208).
- Care Instructions: Machine washable at 30c, can cool tumble dry, do not iron.
- Size: 150g Ball - 585 yards / 535 metres - available to purchase singularly or in packs of 3 & 6.
- Material: 90% Acrylic & 10% Alpaca.
- Details: Harvest DK from King Cole is a standard 3-fold yarn which is spaced dyed, with an elongated colour repeating stripe that means it can only be balled as a cake to appreciate all the colours in each different colourway.
- Brand: King Cole
- Type: Wool & Yarn
- Length: 585 yards 535 metres