Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball
Natural Light 907
Natural Medium 908
Traditional Red 912
Sangria 916
Olive 922
Azure 926
Stonewash 929
Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball Natural Light 907 Natural Medium 908 Traditional Red 912 Sangria 916 Olive 922 Azure 926 Stonewash 929

Ashford Tekapo Yarn, 100% wool, 3 Ply, 100 gm (3.5 oz) ball

$15.99

*TEKAPO 3 ply has been discontinued. Our remaining stock is on sale, please use code TEKAPO3 at checkout for a 20% discount  - limited quantities, no dye lot matching guarantee.*

100% pure New Zealand Corriedale, the wool for this yarn is grown on sheep farms around New Zealand and yarn spun in a small boutique mill in Hawkes Bay. This fingering weight yarn is a blend of Corriedale and Perendale especially designed for softness and strength. It is fine, with a beautiful drape and stitch definition, ideal for knitting, weaving and knit/felt garments, accessories and projects. This yarn looks especially lovely knit up in lace shawls. 

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3 Ply, 454m/496yds, 100 gm net per ball at standard condition, 2.75 - 3.25 mm (2 - 3US) needles. Tension: 10 x 10 cm (4 x 4 ins) = 30 - 32 sts, 40 rows.

The yarn is named after the beautiful Lake Tekapo, just 90 minutes south west of Ashburton. The lake, ringed by snowcapped Southern Alps and glaciers is famous for its bright turquoise colour caused by its suspended glacial dust. In 1857 one of the first sheep stations in the New Zealand was established on its shore.