Finn Worsted Yarn
Finn Worsted Yarn
Finn Worsted Yarn
Finn Worsted Yarn
The corner of a cowl knit in gray Finn yarn with white Finn contrast color in a flower pattern.
A cowl knit in gray Finn yarn with white Finn yarn as the contrast color in a flower-patterned colorwork motif.
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Finn Worsted Yarn

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About this yarn: Welcome to one of the most luxurious single-breed fibers you've never tried.

Finn wool is elegant; soft in your hands and on your skin, full of luster and glow, with a bit of loft that makes it effortlessly comfortable and beautiful to wear. It's a yarn absolutely unlike anything you've used before - and that is really saying something. This worsted Finn is a joy to crochet or knit with, and works up into a keepsake you'll have forever. 

Sample: the Bellflowers in Snow Cowl by Needle + Purl

Each skein of 3-ply worsted weight yarn is 200 yards/183 meters, 100 grams. Choose from natural gray or natural white.

About the farm: This phenomenal yarn comes from Siri Swanson and Colin Siegmund, shepherds and breeders of Border Leicester and Finnsheep at Yankee Rock Farm. Siri and Colin are also renowned shearers who travel the East Coast and much of the country shearing and caring for flocks of all breed types. "Simply put, we’re captivated by sheep, and we cherish the life we’ve forged as shepherds. We reach each new day with a mindset guided by simplicity to do what’s right for our land, our livestock, and our community."