Baa Ram Ewe

Baa Ram Ewe Winterburn Aran Wool Yarn

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Baa Ram Ewe Winterburn Aran is a wonderful blend of soft, versatile Masham wool and Bluefaced Leicester, resulting in a bouncy, hard-wearing yarn; perfect for warm, durable garments and accessories. Named after a small market town in Yorkshire, this 100g ball of aran weight yarn comes in a range of rich colours and rolls out to 170m.  

Baa Ram Ewe Winterburn Aran

  • Yarn weight: Aran (10 Ply) / US Medium (4)

  • Length: 170m // 185y

  • Needle Size: 4.5 - 5mm (US 7-8)

  • Ball weight: 100g

  • Tension: 18 sts per 4" 26 rows per 4"

  • Fibre: 50% Bluefaced Leicester Wool // 25% Ecru Masham // 25% Dark Brown Masham

  • Care Instructions: Hand Wash, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Iron, Do Not Tumble Dry, Flat Dry

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Victoria L.
United States United States
Baa Ram Ewe Winterburn Aran Wool Yarn--A yarn that doesn't need to be "sheepish"

I loved this yarn, and still do. I'm still using it. I know I could've hurried up and finished the project quickly, but I generally keep several projects going at once, and whenever I'm truly sick and tired of everything else, I turn to this yarn and project, because it is so pleasant and easy to work with. It seems almost that I can still feel the lanolin in it, the yarn is so easy to the touch, and it makes a nice, even stitch and bounces, practically, into place. It's also exceptionally easy to "tink" (take out, stitch by stitch, if one makes a mistake). I will continue to order this yarn and work with it as long as it's offered and I can afford it, because I can already think of other projects down the road that I want to do with it. Right now, I'm waiting for more of the lovely pale brown "muck" color to come in, because I underestimated originally how much I would need. Thanks for asking.