Rowan Felted Tweed is a felted effect yarn made with merino wool and alpaca. It is a versatile yarn which can be knit happily at various tensions to produce different fabrics. The tweedy effect is a perfect disguise for those of us who have less than perfect tension, a timeless yarn and a personal favourite of Mrs Baa!
175m per 50g ball (191 yds)
3.75mm - 4mm (US 5 - 6)
22-24 sts and 30-32 rows to 10cm/4in
Machine washable at 30°
Felted Tweed (Red/Pink/Purple) by Rowan
"The name Rowan was inspired by the beautiful shrubs lining the banks of the river Holme in Yorkshire, an area deeply entwined in textile heritage and tradition. Established in 1978, we started life above a grocery store near Huddersfield, initially specialising in kits.
Later, the team moved to a traditional former textile mill nearby and we are still based in the same area today. Our founders Stephen Sheard and Simon Cockin wanted to produce knitting yarns, which were both quality and perfect for the design trends of the time, showcasing an array of natural fibres in a paintbox colour palette. They placed the utmost value on providing yarn shades which could be translated into timeless design, and these values are still at the core of Rowan today. We are proud to have created over 60 issues of our inspirational Knitting & Crochet Magazine, now available worldwide.
Today, we use the inspiration of key designers such as Kaffe Fassett, Martin Storey, Brandon Mably, Sarah Hatton and Lisa Richardson to create our seasonal pattern collections. Our ultimate aim remains to offer a selection of high quality yarns, which are a pleasure to knit with and to wear. Rowan designs represent a full range, from heritage and timeless pieces to modern and fashion reflective knitwear, all with an emphasis on the best fibres available." - Words from Knitrowan.com
To give you the best results we always check the dye lot numbers match within each order. If for any reason it is not possible to complete your order using only one dye lot we will contact you as soon as possible.