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Rowan Yarn

Come to Pack Lane Wool for the versatile range of Rowan yarn

Rowan yarn is known and loved all over the world. Producing high quality products and kits, the Rowan range is used for all kinds of knitting and crafting.

Since the early 80's, Rowan yarns have inspired the creation of so many projects, from the smallest gloves and socks for babies, to wonderfully chunky cardigans and jumpers. There's such a versatile collection of amazing yarns from this famous brand, you're sure to find the ideal wool blends from this great line. Come and see the great selection of Rowan Yarn right here at Pack Lane Wool. Bringing out the best for your handknits, the range of Rowan yarn features incredible versatility and remarkable colours.

Rowan Creative Focus Worsted is a yarn that is perfect for felting. Its softness offers an fabulous feel, and has an outstanding pattern support. Made from 75% wool and 25% alpaca, the texture is amazing, especially when creating garments with cable stitching. The Creative Focus Worsted yarn is also brilliant for pattern effects.

With a light, yet cosy feel, the Savannah Rowan yarn makes a great base for bright and breezy summer knits. Each 50g ball is made from 94% cotton and 6% silk - you can just imagine the comfortable feel of this blend. In its Aran weight you can create intriguing textures in a variety of colours. This is a great yarn to have around for all kinds of projects.

A superb all rounder, Rowan Cocoon yarn offers a great choice of options for all kinds of knitting projects. Blending 80% Merino wool and kid mohair, the feel of the yarn is sumptuously soft, while having a satisfyingly chunky weight too. Amazing textures, striping and fabulous cable stitches really make the most of this Rowan yarn.

The Rowan yarn collection is full of intriguing, attractive and blends and pure weaves that will make your projects come to life. Shop with Pack Lane Wool now for this lovely yarn and great prices!

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