The lovely folk at The Fibre Co. got in touch with me to ask if I would like to review one of their yarns. That’s a bit like asking a small child if they would like a large handful of sweets, right? I’ve been contemplating a new warm weather jersey, so I was intrigued to test drive the sample of their new Luma yarn when it arrived. They’ve also sent a skein for you to try out. Keep an eye out for my next podcast episode to find out how to win that.
For now I’m going to leave you with the vital statistics for Luma. I’ll let you know how it gets through a test drive as the week progresses.
Yarn weight DK; Skein weight 50 g; Fibre content 50% wool, 25% cotton, 15% linen, 10% silk; Length 125 m; Tension 21 – 23 stitches over 10 cm; Recommended needle 3.75 – 4 mm; Made in Peru.