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Spectrum Fibre

Spectrum Stellina

Rose Quartz Spark
Pistachio Spark
Champagne Spark
Slate Spark
Amethyst Spark
Frost Spark
Holi Spark
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  • More Briony magic! We worked closely with Briony of Spectrum to come up with the perfect, delicious luxury Winter yarn because she's an exceptional talent in the world of hand-dyeing.

    We are absolutely in love with the result! The photos don't even begin to do it justice (sparkly stellina doesn't photograph that well under bright lights). These skeins are truly beautiful with their subtle duo-tones and soft, warm palette.

    Each gorgeous colour has a matching twin in Silk-Mohair. Buy one of each and you'll receive a copy of our wonderful scarf pattern designed exclusively for Tribe by @karinsaray.

    Fabulously hand dyed by Briony from her full-time garden dye studio in Brighton. Briony has a real talent for colour, and creating magical combinations which will add happiness to anyone's stash.

    Note: Skeins are not perfectly identical, if using more than one, consider alternating every few rows. Hand wash recommended.

  • Ingredients:
    75% Superwash Merino
    20% Nylon
    5% Stellina (silver in some colourways, gold in others)

    400m (437yd)


    Recommended needle / hook size: 3.25 – 3.75mm

  • About Spectrum Fibre

    Spectrum Fibre is run by Briony - an incredibly talented British indie dyer.

    Briony single-handedly creates these magical colour-ways from her garden based dye studio in Brighton.

    "I create small batch hand dyed, contemporary colourways for the modern knitter and crocheter. I enjoy combining contemporary colours with neon pops to create yarns that excite people.

      "My core colour palette is ‘modern candy minimal’ with an extensive range of pastels, neons and soft brights. I often add unique speckled details to add flavour to a coherent collection."

    Briony's success with Spectrum Fibre in 2016 meant that she was able to give up her long term career in the NHS to follow my dream of dyeing full time. 

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