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Daughter of a Shepherd's misty, silvery version of the original Hebridean and Zwartbles Heritage yarn includes a quarter of naturally white Exmoor Blueface fleece to enhance silver tones found in the Hebridean, creating a natural shade with lots of movement. The soft handle produces a fabric with bounce and you will be pleased to know this new addition retains the original (and famous) signature scent of the fields, flock and new lambs in straw-filled barns.
Spun in Devon by John Arbon Textiles, the Grade 1, fine Hebridean fleece comes from a 2019 clip sourced in the North of England having an excellent staple length for yarn with lustre and a soft halo. The Zwartbles and Exmoor Blueface fibres are sourced locally to the mill in Devon.
Patterns created for Heritage 4ply are interchangeable with Brume 4ply.
25% Exmoor Blueface pure undyed wool
4ply (fingering) weight
400 metres per 100g skein (437 yards per 3½ ounce skein)
100 grams (3.53 ounces)
24 sts and 36 rows to 10cm (4") on 3mm needles
2-4.5mm (US 0-7) needle or hook
Worsted spun, plied
Sourced, scoured and spun in the UK