Hand-dyed lace weight linen, dyed by Anne using natural dyes. Anne achieves the most ethereal hues, whether she dyes animal or plant fibres.
One hank contains approx. 560 metres (except for the ones marked with stars:
* hank contains approx. 600 metres
** hank contains approx. 540 metres
The shawl pictures are both examples of shawls that can be knitted using one hank of this gorgeous linen. As with all linen, it softens with wash and wear. Once finished, giving your project a nice wash relaxes the stitches ready for blocking and softens the yarn.
The shawls shown are both free patterns on Ravelry. The cream coloured one is the Haruni by Emily Ross, the blue shawl is the Swallowtail by Evelyn A. Clark.
I am thrilled to have a small selection of Anne's Linen Lace as well as some Camel/Silk in both Lace and 4-ply weights.
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