A Heritage Tweed

This season, Sirdar introduces us to a new yarn with a link to the past.  Harrap Tweed DK is a ruggedly-handsome yarn with eight rich and rustic speckled shades tightly spun on a nylon base.  Reflecting not only the enduring legacy of Britain’s love for all things tweedy, this is a yarn that pays homage to the founders of Sirdar, Tom and Henry Harrap, the two brothers who established the original spinning mill in 1880.

 

7399

Leaflet 7399– This cable front cardigan complete with raglan sleeves is a true classic offering four styles designed to please every member of the family.  Gallop, Brace, Shelley and Purdey (shown above).

7397

Leaflet 7397– Falling leaves signal the onset of autumn and also create a stunning visual display on this circular yoke pullover.  Hepworth (shown above).

7396

Leaflet 7396– Wide ribbed panels add interesting texture and overall elasticity to this pullover designed with four popular finishes from a shawl collar to a polo neck.  Simpson, Flockton, Purdey and Gallop (shown above).

7481

Leaflet 7481– A cardigan that is ready for the outdoors, from harvest festivals, to fall fairs, this design features a relaxing fit with raglan sleeves and a double button border for extra stability.  Gallop (shown above).

7395

Leaflet 7395–  This season its a caped affair, and these two cosy options are first in line for trendsetting fashion.  Horburry and Shelley (shown above).

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