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Loop Wildwood Crochet Scarf Kit

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Wildwood Kit

The images here that say 'Wildwood' are to show the finished piece. They were shot in a version of the 'Rose' colourway.

Crochet scarf or wrap kit.
Hand-dyed yarns. Naturally dyed. The making of these 25 bundles of yarn is very labour intensive and done by a master dyer in Denmark. The pattern and kits were created for Loop, London and not available anywhere else. 

This is a stunning crochet kit designed by Mette Mehlsen for Loop London!
Using Mettes signature natural dyes, most of which are plant based and are gathered around Mette's home on Jutland, Denmark. 

The wool is Organic KbT certified by IMO.

5 colour options. Each colour option has been carefully curated to create a beautiful palette for you. The sample is shown in the 'Rose' colourway.

25 balls of Mehlsen plant-dyed yarn and the printed pattern.

Finished size is: approx. 22cm (8.5") wide x 134cm (53") long.
Crochet hook size used can be from 2-2.5mm

The pattern is not available to purchase separately. If you would like to increase the size of the scarf we also sell the beautiful individual Plant Dyed by Mehlsen bundles.

It is very important to bear in mind that each yarn kit varies from the natural dyes and cannot be repeated exactly.

When ordering this beautiful kit online, please bear in mind that the yarn balls might vary a little from the images on the website as there are variances in the dyes even within the same batch that is dyed for us. Please be aware of this. They really are all beautiful, but all have subtle differences.

Plants and natural materials used in making the dye colours:
Wild Chevril, Blue Sapwood, Madder, Indigo, Tansy, Heather, Oak Leaves, Walnuts, Dock, Reed, Cochineal
Tansy overstained with Indigo
Heather overstained with Indigo or Reed
Dock overstained with Indigo
Oak leaves overstained with Indigo
Walnut overstained with Indigo
Blue Sapwood or Cochineal overstained with Indigo
Heather or Oak Leaves overstained with Cochineal

Hand-dyed in Denmark.