Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat
Simply Wool Worsted
You’d have to shear your own sheep to get any more natural, this 100% Eco wool yarn is good for you and Mother Earth. The product of centuries of shepherding tradition, the balanced twist and dense, plump hand gives this yarn fabulous definition for textured or cabled sweaters and accessories. No dyes or bleach are used to process the yarn; the eight natural shades are created by meticulously sorting the fiber as it comes off the sheep. As colors are naturally occurring, some variation from skein to skein is normal.
The rich umber brown of Wallace is twisted with the creamy light ivory shade of Wanda.
The smoky medium grey of Wilbur is twisted with the creamy light ivory shade of Wanda.
The light, misty grey of Winkle is twisted with the creamy light ivory shade of Wanda.
The darkest shade of Simply Wool, Wallace is a deep, rich umber brown in color, softened by a natural heathering that gives it a cool grey undertone. Makes a nice brown gradient with medium Wilhelmina and light Winnie.
A cool blend of medium brown and soft grey, this is a soft and sandy neutral that makes a perfect bridge between dark brown Wallace and light tan Winnie.
This cool, light neutral has subtle natural undertones of tan and light brown. Although it is similar in tone to light grey Winkle, the slight brown shading makes it a natural complement to dark brown Wallace and medium Wilhelmina.
The dark ash grey of Wordsworth is twisted with the creamy light ivory shade of Wanda.
This smoky medium grey is a blend of various tones of silver and lighter greys, with stray strands of charcoal for depth and definition. Spans the middle tone between darker Wordsworth and lighter Winkle.
A pale, light grey that is a heathered combination of white and misty greys with a subtle black undertone. Lifts the lighter end of the grey spectrum with medium Wilbur and dark Wordsworth.
This sedate and dependable hue is a dark ash grey, blended with flecks and spots of lighter tones of grey. A perfect neutral, it also serves to anchor a grey spectrum with medium Wilbur and lighter Winkle.
This warm and creamy light neutral is nearly as white as unbleached and undyed wool can get. Natural variation can add isolated and subtle notes of beige and grey.
A subtle off-white, this creamy neutral has a gentle undertone of palest grey, imparted by heathered strands of dark grey. Separately, this color seems similar to Wanda, but Wendy’s subtle grey makes it both greyer and cooler, making for a light neutral that won’t contrast as much.