Worsted multicolour handspun yarn - BFL and Seacell skein - 113 yards

The BFL is a sturdy fibre, the SeaCell adds shine and softness… this is one squish-worthy yarn!

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  • 113 yards/103 meters
  • Barber pole colour blend in 2 plies 
  • Worsted weight
  • 70% BFL 30% SeaCell


This handspun yarn was a joy to spin. The wool top was dyed by another indie dyer and the colours are an ode to Spring, with their soft yellows, the shiny blues and greens, the cheeky purples and pinks… they all complement each other beautifully and the barber poling effect blends them together in harmony.

Comprised of 70% BFL wool and 30% SeaCell, this is one very soft yet sturdy worsted weight yarn. SeaCell is a very shiny and soft cellulose fibre made from seaweed and eucalyptus. Resembling silk, it adds an extra loveliness to the colours and feel of the yarn when crafting and wearing.

You’ve got 113 yards to play with. I started the adventure by hand spinning this fibre, now it’s your turn to continue the wool’s creative journey.

Hand spun yarns are special and full of character. They have a personality that commercial yarn just can’t get close to. Each yard of fibre has passed through the spinner’s loving hand to become what it is now: a glorious, squishy skein waiting for your imagination to turn into a knitting or crochet project you can be proud of.

When crafting with handspun, you are picking up the spinner’s work, continuing the fibre’s journey, and making it your own.

Be a part of this amazing handmade artistry.

Please be aware that the colours shown on this yarn run true on my monitor but can vary on your screen depending on your settings.

Additional information

Weight 0.100 kg
Dimensions 1030 cm
Fibre Content

SeaCell, Blue Faced Leicester

Spinning Style

Worsted spun, Traditional

Spun From

Wool Top


Purple, Rose pink, Green, Pink, Yellow


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