Navajo Undyed Weaving Yarn


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Dye your own weaving yarn with the same yarn Navajo weavers use in their tapestries and rugs. Excellent for use in any of your hand weaving projects, from tapestry weaving to rug weaving. Weaving yarns are spun tighter than knitting yarns, making them easier to work with when weaving.

The color of this yarn is a true natural white wool. It has been left untreated, making it ideal for dyeing. The last image shows a sample of hand dyed yarn.

Purchasing this yarn supports small, family-based businesses. The wool in this yarn is entirely produced in the U.S., from the sheep farm to the family owned spinning mill.

Natural White Dyeable Weaving Yarn
4oz skein (113 grams)
190 yards (173 meters)
Single Ply
Worsted Weight (4)

If you are knitting with this yarn use needle size 8 and you will get 5 stitches per inch.


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