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Mule Spinner 6-Ply Rug Yarn

$8.00

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Description

Six Strands of Mule Spun fibre, the Mule Spinner 6-Ply Rug Yarn is made from a blend of long wools, coarse alpaca, coarse mohair, and 10% nylon to make an incredibly strong yarn. It is perfect for weaving heavy rugs or crochetting/knitting the classic simple slippers familiar to farm houses and christmas craft fairs across the prairies.

It is available in a selection of natural sheep shade colours and dyed in the skein jewel tones. Price is per 4oz skein.

There are approximately 64 m or 70 yd per 112 gms / 4 oz skein. For knitting, we recommend 5.5mm to 8.0mm needles.

This is a Bulky weight yarn according to the Craft Yarn Council's Yarn Standard. You can find their simple guide to yarn weights here.

Please note: these are hand dyed skeins and there is colour change throughout each one.

100% Canadian animal fibre processed at Custom Woolen Mills, Alberta, Canada.

Additional information

Weight 0.13000000 kg
Dimensions 28 × 8 × 8 cm
Yarn Colour

Light Marl, Grey, Brown, Black, #06GrBr- Dark Saphire

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Our Prairie Wool Sock Guide

When choosing socks, the Original Wool Socks are the warmest, the White Wool Mohair Socks are the softest, and the Hard Workin' Wool/Nylon Socks are the most durable.

Sizing

Our sock sizes correspond to men's shoe sizes or are slightly smaller. If you like your socks loose, you may want to pick the next size up. Most men tend to fit into sizes 10-12 or 13-15. Most women tend to fit into sizes 4-6 or 7-9. If your foot size is right on the upper border of a size range, we would recommend getting the next size up. This makes them a bit more forgiving when it comes to washing.

Size
Unstretched Foot Length
4-6
8"
7-9
9"
10-12
10"
13-15
11"
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Sock Care

To keep your Custom Woolen Mills socks in tip-top condition, machine wash them gently and hang to dry to prevent shrinkage.

Proper fitting shoes have a huge impact on how your socks will wear. If you find you get holes in your socks quickly, you may want to assess how your shoes fit. In the meantime, we have a handy tutorial on how to darn socks

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