Bell Rock Knitting Wool
Bell Rock Blue Knitting Wool
Scottish Knitting Wool, Bell Rock

Scottish Knitting Wool, Bell Rock

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Our blue Bell Rock knitting wool is named after the Bell Rock lighthouse, the world's oldest surviving sea-washed lighthouse, began in 1910 and located off the East coast of Scotland.

This beautiful blue knitting wool gives a lovely vintage look when knitted up.

A light double-knit weight, this signature Lalland lambswool by leading Scottish knitter Di Gilpin has a characteristic firm twist which gives wonderful stitch definition.   

Lalland wool works beautifully on 3.25, 3.75 or 4 mm needles.

Recommended tension/gauge 25 stitches and 30 rows in stocking/stockinette stitch.

Measured over 10 cms / 4 ins on a UK 3.75 mm / US 5 needle.

Handwash in lukewarm water and dry flat.

50 grams  175 meters.

Di Gilpin Project Bag available separately.