Skiddaw Yarn Set in Marie Wallin&
Skiddaw Yarn Set in Marie Wallin&

Skiddaw Yarn Set in Marie Wallin's British Breeds from WESTMORLAND

Regular price$ 233.95

Skiddaw is a lovely, traditionally inspired Fairisle slipover for men. This slipvoer design is one of the many beautiful designs that you'll find in Marie Wallin's latest collection, Westmorland

This Kit Includes:

  • All the British Breeds yarn called for in the pattern for the size you select (20-25x 25g balls) 
  • The Woolly Thistle Large Tote
  • Option to purchase the set WITH Westmorland Book or WITHOUT the book. At this time, the pattern is only available in the Westmorland book. If you need the pattern, please select the "WITH BOOK" option. 
  • Qualifies for FREE SHIPPING in the US!!! 

Construction: Skiddaw is knit flat due to the differing repeating pattern sections.
It can be knitted in the round with the introduction of steek stitches where the side seams would be.

Sizing: To Fit Bust Measurements

Size 1: Up to 42" (20 balls)
Size 2: Up to 48" (23 balls)
Size 3: Up to 54" (25 balls)


Selecting the correct amount of ease is very personal. Please choose a size based on your own preferences. As always, it is important to manage gauge to ensure you will have enough yarn.  If you are worried you can purchase an extra skein of the main color! Please remember that every effort is taken to represent the true colors of the yarn and that monitor settings will vary.

If you purchase the book with your yarn set, we are happy to include the downloadable PDF version, so that you can enlarge the charts without having to spoil the printed book. We will email the code upon request and after your order is processed!

Photo includes a selection of Marie Wallin’s British Breeds. It may not be the exact balls included in your kit. Your kit  will include all yarn needed for your size selection.

From the Westmorland book: "Skiddaw is named after the picture perfect mountain, located near to Keswick in the northern Lake District. This mountain is not as rugged as some but due to its isolated position, the views from its summit are arguably the best in the Lake District."


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