Lace

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Our Price:  £3.00
List Price:  £4.30
Saving Of:  £1.30
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Brand:  Drops
Blend:  70% Alpaca 30% Silk
Yarn weight:  2 Ply
Yarn group:  A
Ball weight:  50g
Length (approx):  400m
Rec. needle size:  3.5mm
Knitting tension:  10 x 10 cm = 23 sts x 30 rows


Alpaca Party! - 30% off - Air, Alpaca, Alpaca Bouclé, Andes, BabyAlpaca Silk, Brushed Alpaca Silk, Flora, Lace, Lima, Melody, Nord, Puna - Ends December 31st!


0100 off white

0501 light grey mix

2020 light camel mix

3112 powder pink

3020 red

4434 purple / violet mix

5310 light brown

5565 burgundy mix

6410 turquoise

6790 royal blue

7120 light grey green

7238 olive mix

8105 ice blue

8903 black

Please be aware that the colours shown may vary from screen to screen in the same way that shades may vary slightly from dye lot to dye lot.


DROPS Lace is a premium blend of 70% baby alpaca and 30% mulberry silk, spun into a 2 strands yarn with a generous length of about 400 meters per skein. 

The fibers used in the composition of DROPS Lace are untreated, which means that they are only washed and not exposed to any chemical treatment prior to the dyeing. This highlights the fibers’ natural properties, while it provides also a better shape and texture quality.

DROPS Lace is a lace yarn at its very best: delicately fine and incredibly soft, which makes it perfect for creating lightweight shawls, wraps, and scarves with intricate and decorative motifs. While the suggested tension is small, most lace patterns recommend a much larger needle or hook size so that the lace really stands out. Tension in lace depends on how open or lacy a fabric you want, so the needle/hook size can vary.

DROPS Lace contains mixed colours, this means the wool is manufactured by carding the colours together before spinning, which gives it a mixed effect.

Made in Peru

Hand wash, max 30CDo not bleachDo not ironDry clean, gentleDo not tumble dryDry Flat

Hand Wash, cold max 30°C /  Stretch to right measurements and Dry Flat

See the washing symbols explanation chart