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Perennial

Perennial

Regular price ¥4,200
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Perennial Colors: 520 raspberry

Perennial is a quirky blend of vibrantly dyed superwash merino wool, super silky and soft Suri alpaca, and just a touch of nylon for added strength and durability. The superwash merino and suri alpaca create a soft and strong yarn that is a modern take on an easy-care superwash staple. Perennial can be machine washed, but should be dried flat. It's just perfect for shawls, garments, socks, and fun baby and kid knits - anything your needles or hooks can imagine!

Pair Perennial with your favorite hand-dyed yarn for a colorwork dream that can stretch a budget. You can knit it held single or double it to get a super squishy DK weight. There's a reason we call it Perennial - it's long lasting, and you'll keep returning to it again and again!

 

Specifications

Fiber Content 60% superwash Merino, 25% Suri alpaca, 15% nylon
Length 497 yds (454 meters) / 100 gram skein
Gauge 28-36 sts = 4" (10 cm)
Needles US 1-3 (2.25-3.25 mm)
Care Machine or hand wash cool, lay flat to dry
Origin Made in Peru

Shipping & Returns

Shipping
We ship Monday through Thursdays from Philadelphia, USA. Orders received after 4pm are considered received the following business day. We ship via UPS, worldwide.

Returns/Exchange
Returns of tagged, unwound yarn in original condition will be accepted within 30 days of date of original purchase. Initiate a return here. Email shop@kelbournewoolens.com to initiate an exchange.

  • Machine Washable
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Dawn Newbre
Love this yarn

I am using the Perennial held double with my Row One mini's to make a 10 Stitch blanket. I am using it I am using some with the white and others with the dark blue. It is wonderful to work with.

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Annie Descoteaux

Beautiful product! The color is stunning !

Made by knitters, for knitters

Kate and Courtney met while working in a local yarn store in Philadelphia, PA; Courtney was a new mom and Kate was in her final year of grad school. Together they founded Kelbourne Woolens at Kate's kitchen table, and have been working side by side ever since. 

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