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20 Days of Christmas!

Day 2: 100% fine botany wool (fine laceweight) - save 20%

It's Day 2 of our 20 Days of Christmas promotion and today we are offering our undyed 100% fine Botany wool (fine laceweight) yarn at a discount of 20% against our regular selling price.

Remember this offer will last for 24 hours only. To take advantage of the special price you must purchase the product from this page - if you use the regular product page you will be charged full price.

Referred to as cashwool due to its fineness being akin to cashmere, this merino wool is an excellent quality in a fine laceweight. With approximately 600m in a 50g skein (2/30s), just one skein will make a lovely lacy scarf or a small shawl. Two skeins will make a larger shawl or stole.

Suggested needle sizes: 1.5mm 2.75mm

Uses: This yarn makes beautiful Shetland 'ring shawls', lace items, scarves and garments calling for a very fine yarn. Soft enough to wear next to the skin.

Sorry, you weren't quick enough to catch this offer. Keep checking our 20 Days of Christmas promotion page until the 20th December - you can save 20% on a different product each day!

DT Craft & Design 20 Days Of Christmas Promotion - each day between 1st and 20th December 2011 we'll be offering one product at a super special 20% discount! Day 2 - undyed  100% fine Botany wool (fine laceweight) yarn save 20%!

100% fine botany wool (fine laceweight)

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Save 20%! DT Craft & Design 20 Days Of Christmas Promotion - each day between 1st and 20th December 2010 we'll be offering one product at a super special 20% discount!

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