MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering
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MULLED WINE - MCN 4ply Fingering

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Mulled Wine is a gorgeously variegated yarn with deep dark shades of black and charcoal overlaid with a gorgeous dark burgundy, giving an almost oil slick effect, pictured here in MCN 4ply (caked) and 100% Merino 4ply Fingering weight (skeined).

4ply Merino Cashmere Nylon (MCN Fingering Weight)
- Extrafine superwash merino wool is blended with cashmere for a super soft, plump yarn with next to the skin softness. A little nylon is added for durability.
- Perfect for luxurious jumpers, socks, gloves and shawls.
- Approx 400m per 100gm hank.

**Please note that all skeins are hand-dyed and therefore no two skeins are identical. While we use the same colours, and the same dye technique each time, there can be quite dramatic differences between skeins even when dyed side by side. This particularly true if you purchase across different dye lots. If using more than one skein for a project, we suggest alternating skeins to more evenly blend colour differences, and to prevent colour pooling.

**We aim for our photographs to accurately reflect the colours however there may be colour differences between different screens and monitors. Pictures may show yarn after being re-skeined, and therefore show a different alignment of the yarn to the originally aligned skein which you receive. This has no effect on the way in which the yarn colours present themselves whilst being used.