Yarn Information

Yarn Bases


Fingering/4ply Yarns

Merino Nylon 4ply 

This is my most versatile yarn base, perfect for pretty much any project. It's strong enough for socks but also soft enough to wear around your neck. 

75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon

425m (464 yds) per 100g

212m (232yds) per 50g 

4ply / fingering weight


Sparkle 4ply

Very similar to the Merino Nylon 4ply base but with added sparkle. This base is super soft and perfect for any project. 

75% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon, 5% Silver Stellina

400m (437yds) per 100g

4ply / fingering weight


BFL Nylon (high-twist) 4ply

My BFL Nylon 4ply is a gorgeous base, whilst not as soft as the Merino based yarns it's got extra strength for those that are hard on their knits. It still soft enough for most projects and the high twist make it take colour beautifully. 

80% Superwash Blue Faced Leicester, 20% Nylon 

365m (399yds) per 100g 

4ply / fingering weight 


Merino/Bamboo 4ply 

A great alternative for those who prefer a nylon free yarn. This yarn is super soft with a really interesting sheen added by the bamboo. Bamboo is very strong so this base while suitable for any project make a great alternative sock yarn for those wanting to avoid nylon. This base takes colour in a much more gentle way, giving a more muted effect. 

80% Superwash Merino, 20% Bamboo

400m (437 yds) per 100g

4ply / fingering weight


Sock Blanks 

This are a fun alternative to standard Merino Nylon 4ply yarn. They are a knitted piece of fabric that you knit directly from. It creates a really interesting texture as you knit and the colours always knit up differenty to how you'd expect

75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon

425m (464yds) per 100g 

4ply / fingering weight


DK Yarns

Merino DK

This DK base is 100% Merino, making is extremely soft and cosy. It's quite a plump DK base and makes for gorgeous accessories or garments. 

100% Superwash Merino

225m (246 yds) per 100g

DK weight


Merino Nylon DK

This is a great option for those of you wanting a slightly stronger DK base, whether you're wanting to knit DK socks or just looking for a yarn that won't pill as much in a garment. 

75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon

225m (246yds) per 100g

DK weight


Lace Weight Yarns 

Suri Fluff

This base is exceptionally soft and perfect for holding together with a fingering weight or DK base for a super cosy project, but it's equally lovely on its on for a lighter weight project too. If you're sensitive to mohair lace yarns then this base is a great alternative. 

74% Baby Suri Alpaca, 26% Mulberry Silk 

300m (328 yds) per 50g 

Lace Weight



Mini Skeins

Regardless of the base, mini skeins are an extremely fun and versatile product. There are lots of patterns out there designed specifically with mini skeins in mind, but equally, you can use them in a fun way in projects that aren't designed for them. They provide a great opportunity to have fun and experiment with colours. 

Merino Nylon Minis

75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon

42m (46yds) per 10g

85m (92 yds) per 20g

4ply / fingering weight


Sparkle Minis 

75% Superwash Merino. 20% Nylon, 5% Silver Stellina 

80m (84yds) per 20g

40m (42yds) per 10g  

4ply/fingering weight 


DK Minis 

75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon 

22m (24yds) per 10g 

45m (48yds) per 20g 

DK weight



Care Information

I highly recommend hand washing all your knitted items and drying them flat to extend their lifetime and reduce the risk of felting or damaging the item.

Superwash wool is widely considered to be machine washable but if you do choose to machine wash, I would recommend using a wool/delicates programme. Be aware that some blends may contain both superwash and non superwash components (e.g. Merino/Cashmere/nylon blends), that won't survive a trip through the washing machine. Machine washing will reduce the longevity of your knitwear. 

I use professional acid dyes to create colourfast yarn, and rinse my yarn until the water runs clear; however, it is recommended that you wash items made with hand-dyed yarn separately when washing for the first time in case some colour bleeding occurs. 

Yarn is sold in a skein (hank) and requires winding into a ball or cake before you knit with it. If you don’t have winding equipment or are unsure how to wind/cake your yarn then I am more than happy to cake it for you, please leave me a note when ordering.