Henry's Attic Irish Lace
Irish Lace is a beautifully-textured blend of cotton and linen, both earthy and elegant. The uniformly-nubbly cotton boucle is entwined with a natural grey-brown linen strand for strength, stability, and texture in your weaving. Used on its own, Irish Lace makes lovely towels or dishcloths that are thick, squishy, and absorbent. Or use it as an accent with smooth cotton or linen yarns, for simple-to-weave fabrics with lots of visual interest!
The natural undyed shades of cotton and linen are beautiful on their own, and you can also expand your options by dyeing this yarn with Procion MX dyes.
Fiber: 80% cotton grown in the USA, 20% linen (spun in the USA)
Yardage: Approximately 725 yards per 1 lb (454 gm) cone
Sett: 8-10 epi