Monday, 1 October 2012

New Zealand Print

No idea why it's called New Zealand - but there it is, as Harry Worth used to add. Notwithstanding that, it is a really beautiful, reasonably-priced, multi-coloured, soft and entirely excellent aran weight. Not self-striping, it knits up into a pretty, heathered effect. One of our lovely regulars described it as 'magic'.

We're going to be buying NZ in plain colours at some point too, as a replacement for the dear, (almost) departed Cygnet Truly Wool Rich Aran. There were other, slightly cheaper replacement possibilities but the NZ is the best in our opinion. We're not going to start trying to sell you anything we wouldn't knit with ourselves.

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