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Lottie Linen-Cotton Top Bundle in Leitrim

In your bundle, you will receive:
– 5 50g hanks/skeins
– The Lottie Summer Top knitting pattern (digital download)

Lottie Summer Top Details –
Pattern uses 3.25mm and 4mm straight knitting needles and can be made in sizes S-2XL. Digital copy only.

Made with 60% linen and 40% cotton slub, our Linen-Cotton range is produced from the stalk of the Flax plant, creating a subtle and luxuriant twist assembled to give a rich and sustainable yarn in a beautiful range of colours. This bundle has 5 skeins/hanks of Linen-cotton, enough to create this beautiful summer top, plus a digital copy of the pattern.

Our Linen blend comprises a mix of Cotton and Linen which gives a softer texture compared to pure linen. It drapes well and cools the skin more than cotton alone due to its breathable and moisture wicking properties.

In addition, it is non-allergenic, and requires considerably fewer pesticides and fertilizers than other crops and is both recyclable and biodegradable. A fantastic sustainable and vegan option.

Available in other colours.

Hard copy of pattern available on request.

 

£9.99

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“We pride ourselves in keeping to age-old techniques, to create sustainable and enduring products from the finest quality .” – Roger Shepley 

If you ever find yourself needing a little more assistance you can contact us via email at sales@woolyknit.com or give us a call on 01457 879400. We are always available on social media too, give us a message and we will get back to you with your wool questions as soon as we can whether it’s about our British Wool, Merino Wool or even our Acrylic. Our in-house knitter can also help with any knitting patterns, even our free patterns

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