JaggerSpun Maine Line 3/8 Yarn details: • Fiber content: 100% Wool • Gauge is K: 5.5 to 6.5 stitches/in on sz 4 to 5 • C: 4-5 stitches/in on sz E-4 to 7 • Fine • Wraps/inch (wpi) 14 • Weaving tabby sett 8 to 10 • Weaving twill sett 10 to 12 • Yardage: 1490 yards/lb
• 1490 yards/1 lb cone
• 180 yards/180 yd mini cone
JaggerSpun Maine Line 3/8 Yarn description:
These versatile, high quality worsted spun yarns have become staples of commercial and recreational knitters, weavers, and others. Made in Maine of soft, medium grade wool, these yarns will easily make a way into clothing and other products. As a worsted spun yarn, it is smoother and shinier than woolen spun yarns, such as Harrisville. They also won't full as much when washed/finished, so plan on a closer sett or tighter gauge (finish your swatch to determine if you like the finished piece). JaggerSpun is dyed with the finest dyes possible. Excess dyes may be present in some colors so sample first. If excess dye is present, skein the yarn and rinse until the water runs clear. Deep purples may not be colorfast when exposed to sun, so avoid prolonged exposure to bright light.
• Please note, not all colors available in mini cones.
Special order items cannot be returned for refund.
Care Hand wash in cool water or dry clean. Lay flat to dry.
I'm happy to have a hard copy of Handwoven's Top Ten Towels on Four Shafts. It has a nice variety of patterns, from easy to weave to more fussy. The only thing I don't like is the placement of the photo for each pattern. It should be facing the page with the corresponding pattern on it so we don't have to flip back and forth when studying the weave structure.
I LOVE my new LeClerc Clip Temple and can't imagine why anyone would ever buy a traditional temple ever again. The last temple I bought actually broke my 8/4 cotton warp threads with the "nails" not needles, set in the ends. This new Clip Temple is all you need for any width or tension needed. Why didn't someone think of this a long time ago??
” M. P., Bellingham, WA