Landscape yarn from J C Bretts.

A double knitting weight yarn of which we have six shades available.

This yarn has now been discontinued and we have lowered the price from £3 to £2 a ball.

The yarn is 85% premium acrylic and 15% wool.

We also have a series of patterns to go with this yarn. 

Knits to most Double knitting patterns

100 gram balls 260 meters 284 yards per ball.

Needles 4mm

Tension 28 rows by 22 stitches will produce a 10cm by 10cm square.

£2.00 per 100gram ball.

Please come and see us on The Wool Boat for a squidge or we can post out to a uk address if you would like, just get in touch with what you would like.

We have included some ideas of what you could create from this yarn and even one of Col’s Landscape picture’s of the Ribblehead viaduct as featured on the yarn ball bands.

E-mail colinandcarolescreations@yahoo.co.uk

Phone no 07931 356204

Landscape yarn LS01 from J C Bretts
18 balls in stock 2.7.2023

Blue Landscape neck wrap in shades of Blue Landscape from Ls01 hand knitted aboard the narrow boat “Emma Maye” in Lancashire by Carole Wareing.
If you would like to have this scarf already knitted it is available The Wool Boat or here
Landscape yarn LS04 from J C Bretts in fawn and grey.
15 balls in stock 2.7.2023

We have only 2 balls left as off 2.7.2023 of LS05 in a Maroon and grey shade

Landscape fingerless mittens from LS04
Landscape yarn LS06 15 balls in stock 2.7.2023

Landscape yarn LS07 from J C Bretts. 18 balls in stock 2.7.2023
Landscape yarn LS07 from J C Bretts in shades of pinks.
9 balls in stock 2.7.2023
Huggy from Landscape LS08 A shades of pink and orange Landscape Dragon tooth shawl hand knitted aboard the narrow boat “Emma Maye” in Lancashire by Carole Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations.
And finally Cols pic of The Ribble Head viaduct
DRS diesel locomotive no 66305 crosses the Ribblehead viaduct on the Settle and Carlisle on 21.6.202. The train it is pulling is the 12.58 hrs departure from Carlisle Yard to Chirk loaded with logs for the Kronospan chipboard factory at Chirk. This train is normally pulled by a locomotive from the Colas fleet but on this occasion came from the Direct Rail Services fleet. The train was about 80 minutes late from its planned times so may be there had been a problem with the Colas loco that was planned to originally power it?
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