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ROSALIND CHARLIE BROWN ROSE

ROSALIND CHARLIE BROWN ROSE

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Etienne Collection

€5 discount when buying 2 skeins.

Use the code ETIENNE on the payment screen. You need 2 skeins to knit the Etienne shawl designed by Susana Lobos (available at Ravelry).

This collection is dyed to order, processing time is 7-10 days.

ROSALIND It is a fingering yarn mixed with baby Alpaca (70%), silk (20%) and cashmere (10%). Due to its composition it is extremely soft and warmer than wool. It is a yarn with a lot of fall and that defines the point very well.

Composition: 70% baby alpaca, 20% silk, 10% cashmere, non superwash.

Thickness: 400m/100g fingering

Recommended needles: 2.5-3.5mm depending on the project.

it's a wool hand dyed in batches of 2 to 4 skeins so there may be a small variability from one skein to another, so it is advisable to intercalate skeins in larger projects.

Be sure to add to cart the skeins needed to finish your project. In case there is not enough availability you can send an email to info@aitanavillaknits.com

Care: you have spent many hours knitting something precious and the time has come to wash it. Rosalid is a Non Superwash yarn, so I recommend that you give your beautiful garment the love it deserves with a hand bath with a specific soap or shampoo, wring it out without twisting it and lay it out to dry horizontally in the shade. Your garment will look like it just came out of the best spa.

MULESING FREE: wool obtained without practices of animal cruelty.

Color: I have done my best to ensure that the color reflected in the images is as true to the actual color as possible, but the settings of each device are different and there may be a distortion between the color you see on your screen and the actual color.

Preparation time: the preparation time varies for each order depending on the number of skeins, colors chosen and weather conditions that affect drying, but it usually ranges between 7 and 15 days.

KNITTING IS LOVE KNIT A LOT!

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