Handspun Thick and Thin French Merino Yarn

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Handspun Thick and Thin French Merino Yarn

Handspun Thick and Thin White French Merino Wool Single Ply Yarn, 2 ounces, 18 yards, Rambouillet Wool, Super Bulky, Mini Skeins

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 2 oz. Thick and Thin$12.00

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from: Phoenix Farm

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Wonderfully soft, beautifully spun, fluffy and eye catching -- all great qualities in yarn, all found right here! This skein / hank of yarn is pure white and 100% wool from the Rambouillet sheep, also called the French Merino. These small or "mini skeins" weigh 2 ounces, measure approximately 18 to 20 yards and are a bulky weight. It is spun in the "thick and thin" style of bulky art yarn with cute little twists throughout the single ply skein.

This fiber has been washed several times in hot water with all natural soap and air dried. This 2-ounce skein is the perfect amount to make a small project or add to a larger one! Use it for a great hat or scarf, Waldorf doll hair, fringe, and more! Wool takes dye very well and French Merino (Rambouillet) is no exception -- dye this yarn any color you like or keep it natural winter white.

This yarn is stored in a smoke- and pet-free environment.

Hand wash cold and lay flat to dry.

Here at The Phoenix, we raise happy, healthy animals in a way that Mother Nature would approve! We offer seasonal products grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, steroids, hormones, or unnecessary antibiotics. We come as close to nature as human intervention will allow.

Everything at Phoenix Farm is raised using organic and holistic principles as we strive to be ecologically responsible. All animal fiber is harvested humanely with no harm or injury to the animals. Fiber is washed with plant-based soaps and dyed with chemical free food-grade dyes. When you buy fiber from Phoenix Farm Fiber, you can be confident that you are getting the most natural fibers without sacrificing quality.

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