Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
Laine St Pierre darning wool
£2.08

£2.50 incl. VAT

Sajou

Laine St Pierre darning wool

Lovely darning wool from Sajou. 50% wool, 50% polyester makes it extremely strong. Comes in a great range of colours, which remain fast. It is a divisible thread, so can be adjusted to the thickness of your mending project.


Length on card: 10m, in four strands.
Size of card: 7cm wide x 9cm high.

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As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!

Notes

As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!