Our Heb Merino Fine and Manx Merino Fine yarns have the same yardage and can be combined for even more exciting colour combinations. The designer Melanie Berg has created the pattern Rheinlust specifically for these yarns. All Manx Merino Fine colours from left to right:
Row 1: 201, 212, 211, 213
Row 2: 214, 216, 215
You can see more colours for the shawl on the page of our Heb Merino Fine yarn.
incl. VAT, plus shipping
50 g, approx. 200 m / 218 yds
Rec. Needle Size: 2.5 - 3 mm - US 1.5 - 2.5
100% Virgin Wool, Organic Merino and Organic Manx Loaghtan
Shearing 2016, Fowlescombe Farm (Devon)
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With the purchase of this wool you contribute directly to the protection of species. Our soft 100% organic mélange yarn is
- made from 72% finest Merino and 28% of the rare Manx Loaghtan wool
- a rarity, only available in a very small amount per year – each skein is individually numbered
- including a donation of € 0.50 of each skein we sell to the Rare Breeds Survival Trust for the protection of endangered sheep breeds
- in 7 beautiful colours, nice to combine
- guaranteed good for environment, sheep, and humans – organic-certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)
- produced for us by a small spinning mill and dyer in England, with wool from Patagonia and England
4 in: 28 sts / 40 rows
Care Instructions: hand wash, dry flat
More about Manx Loaghtan and the protection of endangered sheep breeds.
We ship worldwide. Orders submitted on workdays before 1 p.m. will normally be dispatched on the same day.
Delivery is free for orders over 58 €. For orders below 58 € there is a fixed delivery rate of 5 €. Shipping by DHL.
Austria, Netherlands, Belgium:
Delivery is free for orders over 120 €. For orders below that there is a fixed delivery rate of 8,50 €. Shipping by DPD.
Fixed delivery rate of 9 € up to 600g.Delivery to many european countries is free for orders over 200 € or 250 €.
Our organic yarns are completely certified according to GOTS, the Global Organic Textile Standard. With GOTS you can be sure that
- the sheep are kept according to organic farming standards and do not have to suffer painful mulesing surgery
- the wool production does not pollute the environment with dangerous chemicals
- energy consumption is controlled and residual waters are cleaned professionally
- the workers are treated fairly and child labour is prohibited
- minimum wages and standardised working hours are met
- the yarn is free from harmful residues