YARN WEIGHTS from super fine to super bulky




Yarn weight refers to the thickness of the yarn. It ranges from superfine to super-bulky. The heavier the yarn, the fewer stitches per centimetre/inch. The fewer the stitches per centimetre/inch, the looser the finished knitted project.

We recommend knitting a gauge swatch with the selected yarn before starting work on a project that involves sizing, since not all yarns of a certain weight category are exactly the same. The difference between 26 stitches and 30 stitches per 10 centimetres/4 inches can be significant when trying to make a sweater fit just right!
For needle size and information about number of stitches per 10 centimetres (four inches) please consult craftyarncouncil.

Currently, we offer the following products, named after rams that were part of the flock of merino sheep we used to have.
100% merino yarn, worsted weight, in 175 yard (160 metre) skeins, weighing 2.8 oz (80 gr).

100% merino yarn, fingering weight, in 225 yard (206 metre) skeins, weighing 2.3 oz (65 gr).

100% superwashed merino yarn, DK weight, in a 244 metre (267 yard) skein weighing 110 grams (3.75 ounces).

80% superwashed merino 20% nylon sock yarn, fingering weight, in a 366 metre (400 yard) skein weighing 110 grams (3.9 ounces).


That's Rhichard.

With fibre-dyeing in his genes, Rhichard's journey to master dyer and beyond has incorporated involvement in hand-spinning, hand-weaving, a line of one-of-a-kind clothing and accessories, shepherding a flock of merinos, and dancing in the creation of colourways inspired by experience and imagination.


eMail: rhicharddevrieze[at]gmail.com 
Phone: +1 (519) 379-2716