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  • We absolutely fell in love with this yarn when we handled finished garments created from it. We knew we had to have it, and that you're going to LOVE it.

    Where Road to China Lace is a show-stopping, fanciful, full-on-luxury lace yarn, Meadow is the perfect rustic-luxury, want-to-wear-every-single-day lace weight yarn.

    Weirdly for us, we definitely preferred these more grounded and soulful colours from the Meadow palette when we experienced them in person, so we've restricted our range to the shades we loved best.

    Combining four of the most luxurious fibres—baby llama, fine merino wool, silk and linen—this 2 ply yarn is slightly heavier than a typical lace weight yarn with very generous yardage.

    It is a versatile yarn that works well on a variety of needle sizes and a wide array of projects. The crisp hand and stitch definition of linen with the sheen of silk is perfectly complimented by the softness of baby llama and fine merino.

    A yarn for fibre lovers who like a treat on the needles and for their favourite handmades.

  • Ingredients:
    40% Merino Wool
    25% Baby Llama
    20% Silk
    15% Linen

    498m (545yd)


    Lace - Heavy Lace
    2.25—3.25 mm (US 1—3)
    32–36 sts / 10 cm / 4 in

  • 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: