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Power of Pink

October 11, 2019

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Power of Pink

As its Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I have collaborated with two exceptional women in the yarn industry, who like me, they have had their lives affected by breast cancer. Rachel from Skein Queen, Rachel's mum, is a breast cancer survivor and Sarah from Fripperies & Bibelots whose sister won her battle. 

 

 

Rachel has hand-dyed a limited edition skein for us, and Sarah has made a set of limited edition stitch markers. These are available to order together while stocks last.

 

Skein Queen Slinky Twist is 80% superwash merino and 20% silk. As a 4ply yarn, it's ideal for knitting shawls, it drapes beautifully and gives you a good meterage with a 365m / 100g. 

 

Quick update our Limited Edition for Breast Cancer Awareness 2019 has now sold out! A huge thank you to everyone that ordered. We raised £500 today for charity.

 

Here are just a few ideas for shawls you might like to knit:- 

 

 

We'd love to see what you make so do tag us on Instagram #tangledyarnuk

 



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