“Longmonsters” a nickname lovingly adopted by the towns people of Longmont, Colorado. These yarns are inspired by the many wonderful outdoor parks, trails, and greenways available to the community. An absolutely gorgeous little town just North of Denver. This series has been highlighted with its very own YouTube show by searching “Fiber at 5, Ali with Road Trip Sock Yarn”.
Please consider, there is a chance that the colors may vary slightly from the screen depiction.
I love animals! These fibers are sources from mulesing free farms. This yarn meets the inspection and certification program run by AWEX. All wool is sourced from farms which comply with high animal welfare standards.
NOTE: No ball winder at home? No problem! Select “CAKE” option under variables at checkout and I will wind this yarn for you at no extra charge :)
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The bow is part of an Englishman's heritage. Henry I, King of England 1100-1135, is credited with the first official encouragement of archery. The legend of Robin Hood was handed down from around 1200, and Henry VIII in 1511 passed a law that compelled bowyers to reside in such localities as may most require their services. Being an English company and only 30 minutes from Sherwood Forest we are based in an area steeped in tradition.
Merlin's services have been required throughout the world, supplying bows to National, European and World champions. They are proud of their tradition and will continue to provide and service what they consider to be the finest bows anywhere in the world.