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News - June 2008

Lovely Lace and hand spun hand dyed yarn special offer

*** Please note these offers are now closed ***

Debbie's Lovely Lace lace shawl pattern features in this month's Simply Knitting magazine and to celebrate we are offering our newest hand dyed yarn at a very special price. Don't worry if you're new to knitting lace as the magazine also contains Debbie's essential guide on How To Knit Holes In Your Garments!

The yarn used for the shawl is our fabulous handspun silk / fine goat down laceweight yarn. Handspun in the traditional way by hill farmers in the mountainous regions of the Ukraine, this yarn has a magical quality. Gossamer-light yet warm and strong it is hard to believe anyone could spin such a fine thread by hand.

Debbie has created a range of semi-solid and variegated colourways in this yarn and in conjunction with Simply knitting magazine we are currently offering the yarn at a special discount. Normally £8.90 for a limited time we are offering our hand spun hand dyed silk / fine goat down laceweight yarn at £8.00 per 50g skein (plus p&p). To see the new colours and to order the yarn please click here

This wonderful hand spun silk / fine goat down laceweight yarn also looks amazing in its natural undyed colourway and is a bargain at only £6.90 per 50g skein (plus p&p). If you would like to order the undyed yarn please click here

Simply Knitting magazine is published by Future Publishing and is available at all good newsagents. If you would like to subscribe to Simply Knitting please call 0870 837 4722 or go to www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk

Debbie's Lovely Lace laceweight shawl is knitted with our silk/fine goat down laceweight yarn handspun in the traditional way by hill farmers in the mountainous regions of the Ukraine

Debbie's Lovely Lace laceweight shawl is knitted with our silk/fine goat down laceweight yarn handspun in the traditional way by hill farmers in the mountainous regions of the Ukraine

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