The Fibre Co

LORE

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“We named this yarn Lore to honour the stories we create with wool. Great stories happen to those who knit them”.  Daphné

Processed in a mill in England’s historical textile region of West Yorkshire, Lore is made of 100% lambswool from the Romney sheep breed also referred to locally as Kent lamb. It is an honest woolen spun DK weight yarn that blooms into a beautiful knitted fabric after washing.  Garments made from Lore will wear well and are perfect for everyday and special adventures alike.  We named this yarn Lore to honour the stories we create with wool.
Won’t you share your knitting story with us?

 

  • Bold
  • Happiness
  • Logical
  • Mystery
  • Passionate
  • Spiritual
  • Stable
  • Truth
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“We named this yarn Lore to honour the stories we create with wool. Great stories happen to those who knit them”.  Daphné

Processed in a mill in England’s historical textile region of West Yorkshire, Lore is made of 100% lambswool from the Romney sheep breed also referred to locally as Kent lamb. It is an honest woolen spun DK weight yarn that blooms into a beautiful knitted fabric after washing.  Garments made from Lore will wear well and are perfect for everyday and special adventures alike.  We named this yarn Lore to honour the stories we create with wool.
Won’t you share your knitting story with us?

 

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Additional information

Brand

The Fibre Co

Composition

100% lambswool from the English Romney sheep breed

Yarn weight

DK

Weight

100 grams

Yardage

273 yards (250m)

Needle size

US 6 (4), US 7 (4,5)

Gauge

21 sts per 10 cm / 4 inches

Color

Bold, Happiness, Logical, Mystery, Passionate, Spiritual, Stable, Truth

Origin

UK

Care

Gently hand wash colours separately in cool water.

Description

The Fibre Co recommends alternating skeins while knitting to distribute the color evenly. Lore is woolen spun, meaning the fibers remain in a lofty jumble that traps air and offers remarkable warmth and lightness. Once knit, Lore achieves its full beauty after a wet blocking, as each stitch relaxes and bonds with its neighbors to produce a plush fabric with a halo.