Merino is perfect for spinning or felting, it's super soft with a micron count of 23! All our Merino colours are named after the Chilterns and the surrounding area.
At Parslow's Hillock in Lacey Greene is the "Pink and Lily", a favourite inn of the young poet Rupert Brooke, in the days immediately prior to the Great War. Maybe a walk along this open stretch of road from Lacey Green, prompted him to reflect on, "White mist about the black hedgerows, The slumbering midland plain...", in his work entitled "The Chilterns". Memories of visits to the "Pink and Lily" may have been in his mind, when he wrote: "I shall desire and I shall find The best of my desires; The autumn road, the mellow wind That soothes the darkening shires, And laughter, and inn-fires."
Although we try to match the true colour in the photograph, please be aware that colours on different monitors differ. Come into the shop to see and feel it in the flesh as it were!