Bramley apple.

Bramley apple is a scrumptiously vibrant apple green hue with lustrous lime undertones. The origins of the famous Bramley apple are rooted in the Nottinghamshire Minster town of Southwell. A young Mary Ann Brailsford planted the pips in her garden in 1809 and the original tree continues to bear fruit over 200 years later!

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Blue steel.

Blue steel is a fabulous bluey-grey semi-solid with subtle tonal shading. A veritable ingot of softness ready to be forged into a creation of your hearts desire!

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Blackberry.

Blackberry is a delicious deep red with warm, ripe Autumnal tones. Almost good enough to eat!

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Lionheart.

Lionheart is a fabulously regal purple colour with strength and depth in its tonal shading. According to legend, in Spring 1194 Richard the Lionheart met Robin in Sherwood. A wonderful Victorian painting by Daniel Maclise, illustrating this meeting, hangs in Nottingham Castle.

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Sandstone.

Sandstone is a warm rusty shade, with glowing sunset orange tonal variations. Much of Sherwood lies on sandstone which surfaces in places to give a rich variety of orangey red hues.

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Marian.

Marian is a gorgeous mustard yellow hue with rich golden overtones. I am sure she would approve!

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Lyncolne Grene.

Lyncolne Grene was the colour of choice for Robin and his merry band, around 900 years ago. This  was produced in medieval Lincoln, the exact shade of which lies somewhere in the annals of history. The inspiration for my Lyncolne Grene is a historical garment displayed at Nottingham Castle.

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

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Wild Orchid.

Wild Orchid is a semi-solid delicate pink with subtle variations. The splash of pink of the common spotted and bee orchids are to be found in glades throughout Sherwood and even in Nottingham city centre on undisturbed ground.

Alpaca (70%) and Falkland Merino (30%).

Spun in Yorkshire.

100g hank. Length 400m.

£16.00

  • 0.1 kg
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  • Ships within 1-3 days1