Description

Opal Schafpate XI “The Way of Sheep” is a 4 Ply yarn.  A collection of bold shades from Opal in their unmistakable self-patterning style, Schafpate XI 4 Ply is a vibrant range of sock yarn designed in support of their Schafpate wool program, which has been running for 11 years. Not just for socks – this yarn is perfect for garments and accessories too! Try one or several of these fingering weight, 4-ply yarns that self-striping as you knit in the round.

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Opal Scafpate XI

9750, 9751, 9752, 9753, 9754, 9755, 9756, 9757

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Opal Schafpate XI

R160.00

  • 9750
  • 9751
  • 9752
  • 9753
  • 9754
  • 9755
  • 9756
  • 9757
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*Please note that every effort has been made to represent the colour of this yarn accurately, but that there may be reasonable differences between your screen view & the actual yarn. Dyelots will be matched where possible – please email before placing an order of 10 or more balls to request dyelot quantities.

Brand: Opal
Yarn: Schafpate XI
Fibre: 75% Superwash Wool 25% Polyamide
Yarn Weight: Fingering / 4 Ply
Ball Weight: 100g
Ball Length: 425 metres (465 yards)
Tension: 30 stitches and 42 rows for a 10x10cm tension square
Needle Size: 2.5mm
*One ball is enough to knit one pair of adult socks.

Washing Instructions:
Machine wash 40°C. Do not tumble dry

Made in Germany

Description

Opal Schafpate XI “The Way of Sheep” is a 4 Ply yarn.  A collection of bold shades from Opal in their unmistakable self-patterning style, Schafpate XI 4 Ply is a vibrant range of sock yarn designed in support of their Schafpate wool program, which has been running for 11 years. Not just for socks – this yarn is perfect for garments and accessories too! Try one or several of these fingering weight, 4-ply yarns that self-striping as you knit in the round.

Additional information

Opal Scafpate XI

9750, 9751, 9752, 9753, 9754, 9755, 9756, 9757

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