Plain Yarn -- exceptional wool for exceptional knitting and crochet

Three years ago, I knit a perfect shawl. I still love the pattern and the designer and the yarn. That's how I know it's perfect. We have the yarn back in the shop this week; you’ve probably heard us talk about Plain Yarn—it’s a shop favorite. 

This morning, we took a ride through the rolling hills of the Welsh Mountains and across the valley to an Amish farm to pick up a box of yarn.  The sheep were sheared in the spring, and we are always happy to have Plain Yarn in the shop. 

 Two skeins Plain Yarn:  Romney Kerchief designed by Jared Flood

Two skeins Plain Yarn:  Romney Kerchief designed by Jared Flood

 "The Boss" a Romney ram provides us with the grey wool for Plain Yarn

"The Boss" a Romney ram provides us with the grey wool for Plain Yarn

We have three colors in stock, all undyed naturals—white, grey and brown. The yarn is a two-ply, light worsted weight measuring about two hundred yards in one hundred grams.  We recommend a gauge of about 5-6 stitches to an inch for garments, a slightly larger gauge of 4-5 stitches and inch for shawls—or as you please. 

You can shop online for Plain Yarn, or stop in to see our samples and pet the yarn.  Limited availability means when it’s gone, it’s gone!