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The Fibre Co


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  • FREE CABLE MITTS PATTERN WITH EVERY PURCHASE! (pdf). Makes the perfect One Skein Kit Gift.
    (Uses 3.25mm (US 3) circular needle or double-pointed needles for working a small circumference in the rnd (or size to obtain gauge) and a Cable needle.)

    Inspired by the understated glory of Knightsbridge, London! 

    An exceptional Merino, Baby Llama and Silk yarn created from dyed fibres in multiple colours which are then spun and twisted into a lovely 2 ply yarn producing fantastic stitch definition.   

    Knightsbridge is warm, soft, bouncy and sophisticated. Works as well for garments and accessories as well as for luxurious items for the home.

    Somewhere between a worsted and a DK weight yarn, this is a blend that is versatile in that it blooms and responds to the stitch patterns chosen.

    A tweedy, heathered colouring to each hank gives Knightsbridge its traditional appearance that lends a certain elegance to all fabrics worked up in this exceptional yarn.

    Knightsbridge is a yarn for makers and crafters seeking to create a handmade item for their wardrobe that will elevate their favourite outfits to new possibilities.

    See Related Items below for Knightsbridge patterns to add to your order today, or click here for even more pattern inspiration!

  • Ingredients:
    65% baby llama
    25% Merino wool
    10% silk

    110m (120yd)


    Light Worsted
    3.75 - 4mm (US 5 - 6)
    20sts x 22rows = 10cm (4")

  • The Fibre Co's story began in 2003 in an old warehouse on the working waterfront of Portland, Maine, USA with a small spinning mill, lots of raw natural fibre and owner/founderDaphne Marinopoulos' vision of creating yarns that she couldn't find on the retail shelves.

    From these humble beginnings to today's global brand now based in the United Kingdom, The Fibre Co works with a variety of producers and artisans to continue creatingyarns that delight and inspire the enthusiast maker.

    To hear the story in her own words, watch and listen as Daphne talks about fibres, dyeing and yarn development on some of the most popular video and audio podcasts:

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