Layfamilyyarn HQ is within the stunning town of Ironbridge, which today is a world heritage site. Ironbridge is commonly credited with being the birthplace of the industrial revolution, based on the idea that here in Ironbridge Abraham Derby perfected the technique of smelting iron with coke.
1977 is the year that the famous ironbridge started construction.
A dark and moody colour of steel blue and greys with some pops of red representing the current colour of the bridge.
75% superwash Merino
100g 425m / 467 yards
This Fingering weight yarn is beautifully soft and versatile for all your garment and accessory projects. The added nylon gives strength making it perfect for warm and cosy socks.
Super wash yarn is machine washable on a cool wash, however I always wash my hand knits by hand and would always recommend doing so.
Every effort has been made to exhaust the dye bath and rinse the yarn thoroughly, however minimal bleeding may occur on the first wash.
All yarn is dyed by hand using professional acid dye, whilst my colourways are repeatable no two skeins will be identical and I therefore recommend buying all the yarn you require for your project together.
Every effort has been made to capture accurate colour representation however colours can vary between computer/devices.