Patons Lincoln Fog Yarn - Discontinued Shades, Mother of Pearl

Item# 24471212003

Patons Lincoln Fog is a mohair-like wool blend with a brushed halo effect. The Lincoln Longwool fiber, unique to the Lincoln Sheep provides a lustrous fleece perfect for garments and accessories.

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Patons Lincoln Fog Yarn - Discontinued Shades, Mother of Pearl

Item# 24471212003

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Patons Lincoln Fog is a mohair-like wool blend with a brushed halo effect. The Lincoln Longwool fiber, unique to the Lincoln Sheep provides a lustrous fleece perfect for garments and accessories.

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Color: Mother of Pearl

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  • Product Details

    Patons Lincoln Fog is a 4-ply mohair-like wool blend yarn with a brushed halo effect that gives projects that soft, cozy appearance everyone loves. The Lincoln Longwool is a long staple fiber that provides a lustrous fleece, perfect for everything from cozy sweater projects to radiant accessories like scarves and hats, plus so much more. Contemporary tones inspire creative minds to complete modern pieces of style and distinction. It's a bulky yarn which means projects work up quickly. The 75% acrylic, 15% wool, 10% Lincoln fiber is machine washable, making it a convenient wool-blend yarn for all your fashionable favorites.

     

    Features:

    • Content: 25% Wool, 75% Acrylic
    • Ball Size: 100 g/3.5 oz, 174 m/190 yds
    • Care: Machine wash and dry
    • Gauge: #5 Bulky

    Knitting Gauge: 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) 15 sts x 19 r with 5.5 mm (US 9) Knitting Needles

    Crochet Gauge: 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) 11.5 sc x 14 r with 5.5 mm (US I-9) Crochet Hook

  • Yarn Care

    • Machine Wash in Warm Water, Delicate Setting
    • Tumble Dry, Low Heat, Delicate Cycle
    • Do Not Bleach
    • Do Not Dry Clean
    • Do Not Iron
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