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West Yorkshire Spinners

Holly Berry 4Ply Christmas Sock Yarn

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  • We are excited to introduce Holly Berry!

    This yarn brings together all the classic Christmas colours in a unique print. Warm and festive - this yarn is perfect for the whole Winter Season.

    As always when WYS develops a new print in Signature 4 Ply they also like to launch a complementary accent shade. This allows knitters and crocheters to combine both shades to create eye catching garments and accessories.

    Cherry Drop is a stunning deep red from the Signature 4 Ply solids which complements Holly Berry perfectly.

    This sock yarn is 75% wool and 25% nylon. The wool content contains 35% luxurious Bluefaced Leicester.


  • Ingredients:
    75% Wool
    25% Nylon

    Length:
    400m (436yd)

    Weight:
    100g

    Gauge:
    4-Ply
    3.25mm (US 3)
    28 sts x 36 rows = 10cm (4")

  • "Reared, Sheared & Spun in Britain!"

    Situated in the original home of the British Worsted Spinning Industry, West Yorkshire Spinners combines state of the art technology with generations of expertise and unrivalled know-how to produce British hand knitting yarns and knitted garments of exceptional quality.

    At West Yorkshire Spinners we are extremely proud of our British Heritage, we are one of the few remaining worsted spinning companies left in the United Kingdom. We are also one of very few who still develop and market yarns in-house.  This affords us the freedom to innovate which sets us apart from the competition.  

    We firmly believe that knowing where our raw material comes from guarantees that the quality of the finished product is consistently high.

    We source all our own raw material which is then produced into knitting yarn in our state of the art factory based here in West Yorkshire. This reduces the carbon footprint of our products and also enables us to manufacture at a very low cost. 

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