Tumalo Fibers is hand dyed in Bend, Oregon in small batches on sustainably produced fibers. We love their US Shaniko Wool and deep high desert inspired colors!
Origin: Merino/Rambouillet cross sheep raised by family owned ranches in the Great Basin Region of the West.
About: Shaniko wool is a truly sustainable wool. It is RWS certified which aims to protect the welfare of the animals, the land, and the workers.
Tip: Alternate skeins to distribute color evenly.
Care Instructions: Handwash in cold water with wool wash. Avoid wringing or twisting. Dry flat. *Some color loss may occur with initial washings.
Weight: Heavy DK/Light Worsted, 3-Ply
Fiber: 100% Non-Superwash Shaniko Wool (20.4µ)
Suggested Gauge: 18 - 21 sts = 4" on US 6 - 9 needles