Shetland fleeces change almost every year. Sometimes it is due to the what the sheep eat or the age of the sheep or if a ewe has lambed. But whatever may change the coloring it makes Shetland wool just that much more interesting year after year.
This skein is a wonderful example of reddish brown so typical of the color Moorit. Moorit a Shetland tern describing the color of the Shetland Islands moors. 3 ozs, 2 ply, 156 yards of fine sport weight yarn.