Sirdar Harrap Tweed is a yarn with a genuine heritage, the Sirdar company being originally founded by the Harrap brothers in 1880. It comes in a range of rich tweedy colours that have been inspired by the Yorkshire surroundings of the Sirdar head office in Wakefield. Patterns can be found in .
Content: 40% Nylon, 30% Wool, 24% Acrylic and 6% Viscose
Needles: 6.5mm (UK 3, US 10)
Tension: 14 sts, 19 rows, 10cm
Weight and Meterage: 100g ball, approximately 168m
Machine Washable at 40 degrees
Photographed shade: 109 Emley