6.6 lbs of Ashford's Solid Colored Corriedale in the color Ice for Arm Knit/Crochet blankets, chunky scarfs or cowls. Going for a new color scheme in the living room? Arm-knit up a couple throw pillows for your re-upholstered chaise and matching valance for...More Details
6.6 lbs of Ashford's Solid Colored Corriedale in the color Ice for Arm Knit/Crochet blankets, chunky scarfs or cowls. Going for a new color scheme in the living room? Arm-knit up a couple throw pillows for your re-upholstered chaise and matching valance for a trendy, easy project your friends and family will envy!
We send our Jumbo Yarn to you in one continuous length - 6.6 lbs of fiber.
6.6 lbs is approx 158 yards.
Wraps Per Inch = 1
Stitches per Inch = 3
Recommended Needle Size = 30-40 mm
What you can make:
2-3 lbs of Jumbo Yarn will make a Chunky Scarf
4-5 lbs of Jumbo Yarn will make 30 x 50 Inches ( Cowls, Pet Beds, etc)
6-7 lbs of Jumbo Yarn will make 48 x 48 Inches (Blanket, Throw, Rug, etc)
Your results may vary depending on Gauge and Tension.
Watch the instructional videos below to learn how to make your very own from start to finish.
27-30 Micron, Approx. 11cm (4 1/4 inch) staple length.
Ashford Corriedale sliver is a 100% New Zealand product with wool from pasture-fed sheep. We know many of the farmers – some of whom have farmed the land for generations. They take great pride in the quality of their wool and the high standard of animal husbandry. The sheep are well cared for and are not mulesed.
After the sheep are shorn, on the farm, the wool is carefully skirted and checked. Only wool that is sound, clean with good fibre length, bulk and colour is selected. It is sent to a boutique New Zealand mill to be dyed, carded and combed.
It is scoured (washed) using an environmentally-friendly, biodegradable detergent. The wool is then dried and dyed. The dyes comply with the strict EU regulations and garments made from the sliver can be certified under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. This standard is the most widely known standard for certification of ecologically-safe clothing. (Detailed information can be found at www.oekotex.com). The fiber is then gently opened and conditioned. Carding machines align the fibers and remove any foreign matter. It is then gilled and combed.