Watt Nannyberry

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Watt Nannyberry

28.00

With the finest farmland in Muskoka, Watt Township was named for James Watt, the Scottish inventor of the steam engine. Nearly 1/3rd of the area of Watt was water, in the form of lakes and streams, and it had significant frontage on Lake Rosseau. Today, the region still boasts productive farms, and the community of Windermere, which is home to many seasonal and year-round residents.

To order a sweater quantity of this colourway please visit “Special Offerings” for six or more skeins.

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Bayfield Fingering | 100% untreated bluefaced leicester wool | 115g per skein | 378 yards per skein
Bayfield DK | 100% untreated bluefaced leicester wool | 115g per skein | 252 yards per skein
Bayfield Aran | 100% untreated bluefaced leicester wool | 115g per skein | 200 yards per skein
Bayfield Sock | 80% superwash bluefaced leicester wool, 20% nylon | 115g per skein | 407 yards per skein

McCoy Fingering | 100% eco-superwash merino | 115g per skein | 420 yards per skein
McCoy DK | 100% eco-superwash merino | 115g per skein | 280 yards per skein
McCoy Aran | 100% eco-superwash merino | 115g per skein | 210 yards per skein