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Disturbia - Hand Dyed Yarn - Dyed to Order

This is the dyed to order listing for the Disturbia hand-dyed yarn as part of the Knit365 Collaboration. Yarn will ship in Feb 2023
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A collaboration with Martyn Wait host of the Knit365 Podcast, Knitting Designer Louise Tilbrook of the Everyday Knitter and Hanna Gough of Gerrymander Cottage and myself.  
Bringing you yarn, a crochet pattern and a knit pattern plus a MAL (Make-A-Long) which will be starting in early March.  

You can also add an exclusive collaboration drawstring bag to your order. Perfect momento of the collaboration and perfect to keep your project in during the mal.

These are a pre-order item so your yarn won't be shipped till early Feb on the bags arrival.

Check out the YouTube video with more details on the collaboration here

You can also add an exclusive collaboration drawstring bag to your order. Perfect momento of the collaboration and perfect to keep your project in during the mal.

These are a pre-order item so your yarn won't be shipped till early Feb on the bags arrival.


Yarn Details

A variegated and speckled yarn of blues, greys and teals hand-dyed on an exclusive base chosen especially for this collaboration exclusive Bio Sock Base.

Bio Sock - 85% ExtrafineSuperwash Merino, 15% Biodegradable Nylon  - 100g 430m 

Pattern Details


Disturbia Shawl by Hanna Gough 

Base Details

A variegated and speckled yarn of blues, greys and teals in an exclusive base to this collaboration.

Bio Sock - 85% Extrafine Superwash Merino, 15% Biodegradable Nylon  - 100g 430m

Bag Details

100% Cotton Drawstring Bag in Navy printed with knit365 & TLGG logos. Measures 20cm x 24cm to fit a 1-skein project.  

Care Details

Yarns are dyed using professional acid dyes and rinsed well. I recommend hand washing separately gently in cool water with a little wool wash the first time as colours may bleed slightly. Lay flat to dry. 

As with all hand-dyed yarns, there may be variations in colours. I would also recommend alternating skeins if you are concerned about colour-pooling or mismatching.

Every attempt has been made to get colours accurate in photos but monitors may vary.

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