Shawl Bundle // Neon Green

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Description

Note - a new batch of dye has changed the colour of the Haunted Forest. I have included a photo of the Haunted skein, but the main bundle photo still shows the colour I can no longer recreate. This will be updated the next time I dye one of these bundles.

This bundle contains the two skeins of 4ply yarn required to make your own Be Bold Shawl. Please do view the pattern listing for further details on it. 

This bundle contains one 100g 4ply skein of Neon Green Northern Lights, and one of Haunted Forest. You can browse other shawl bundles here.

You can choose to also receive a copy of the PDF pattern, or not if you'd like to use the yarn for something else entirely or if you already own the pattern. The PDF will be emailed to you manually, usually within 24 hours of ordering.

The Northern Lights colourways begin with a variegated dappled base of silver and grey; I then dunk them in my typical neon rainbow dyes, which creates a variety of different shades in each skein. This bundle contains the neon green colourway.

The Haunted Rainbow colourways begin with a tonal dark grey base; I then dunk them in my typical neon rainbow dyes, which creates a deliciously dark neon tonal for each, some of which are surprising when compared to their original dyes! This bundle contains the neon green Haunted Forest colourway.

The shawl sample in the pics is for representative purposes to give you an idea of how these colourways might look worked up together. I used Northern Lights Neon Lavender, and Neon Lavender semi-solid (not the dark Haunted Romance version).


Contains:

2 x 4ply 100% BFL Superwash 100g, approx. 400m.    

PDF pattern optional.


Dyed with professional acid dyes and rinsed thoroughly. Any neon dyes I use are UV reactive.

Shades between batches may vary. Please note that the photographs are representative of the yarns you will receive, and are not the actual yarns, as they are dyed to order for you. As standard, colours may vary between device screens.

Tracey.

Please note that I am currently working carefully with a hand injury (taking time off when I need to), so everything is happening a little bit slower - this includes packing ready to ship orders. 

 

Order processing times (delivery cost info below, scroll down)

I am a neurodivergent creator living and working with chronic health conditions - I've been running this business since 2017, fulfilling thousands of orders in that time, and I mostly manage everything reasonably well despite health setbacks. Sometimes flare ups may slow me down a bit, so please do allow me a little 'wiggle room' for your order, to enable me to pace myself if I am feeling more unwell than usual on any given day 🩷

I will of course communicate my expected order processing times to you if I'm having difficulties or if I've had a large volume of orders to work through, if I find I'm pushing into what I consider 'overdue' territory (usually 3 weeks since you placed the order), but if you're unsure what's happening with your order at any time, please do just email me to ask 🤗 

Please also check your junk folder for any shipping confirmation before getting in touch about an overdue order, as some email providers like to put me there.

Current lead times

The current lead time for shipping yarn which is Dyed To Order is 2-4 weeks (unless a more specific preorder date was stated on the product listing). My average time to post DTO is around 2 weeks after your order, but it could be sooner, or later, depending on the volume of DTO orders I'm working through at any time.

Anything you have purchased which is Ready To Ship doesn't mean immediate despatch, but it does mean I'll usually get them posted within 7-10 days for you. I do usually post them within a week, but I've extended the lead time up to 10 days as I've started listing a bit more RTS stuff recently, so naturally I have more RTS orders to work through! If I've had a little rush of RTS orders all at once, this is where the extended lead time will come in, as there is only so much I can work through in one day, and I'm the only person doing all of the work.

Pattern purchases

After ordering, you will receive the PDF via email manually from me. You must ensure the email address you are using is valid as I will be using it to send you the PDF. I will be emailing them at least once a day. Please bear in mind that if you're an international customer with a time difference, I won't be able to email your pattern until I'm awake and out of bed!

Upcoming holidays which may impact orders 

Nothing planned, maybe a day off here and there which shouldn't impact orders too much!

 

Customs/VAT

Customers are responsible for all customs VAT/duties fees on receipt of Goods. 

None of my prices include VAT, so you may be charged VAT by your country's customs authorities before the parcel will be released to you, according to the goods value threshold in your country. I am not in control of this, and I do not control the admin fees you may incur on top of the VAT charges. Please take this into account when ordering.

 

Delivery information by region

UK orders

UK parcel P&P is currently £4.00 on orders up to £79.99, free postage applies for UK orders over £80. All are sent tracked with Royal Mail.

Europe - no shipping available

I am currently unable to ship to Europe, please accept my sincere apologies. If I am able to change this in future, I will in a heartbeat.

International orders excl. Europe

Please note, I will try to keep orders over 2kg in one parcel, but they may be split into multiple parcels if the size goes over the maximum dimensions.

Below is a table of postage costs based on the weight of your order. I will refund any overage of P&P you paid at the time of ordering after I have generated the postage label (though most of the prices below are at a slight loss to me, so overages are unlikely).

Order weight P&P cost
0g - 250g £10.00
251g - 500g £13.00
501g - 750g £15.00
751g - 1kg £18.00
1001g - 2kg £20.00
2kg+ £30.00

Care instructions

I would always recommend hand-washing in cool water to keep your finished items in good condition for as long as possible, though with any Superwash yarn you can of course pop it into the washing machine if required (I have washed my socks on occasion in the washing machine, they're still looking good colour-wise, but I only do it maybe once or twice a year, doing hand-washes for the most part).

Bleeding and crocking

Before we begin, bleeding and crocking are totally normal (though don't necessarily happen with every colourway or every skein) and can occur with both hand dyed and commercially dyed yarns. They happen when loose dye particles which couldn't heat set into the already-saturated yarn come out in water (bleeding), or onto your hands as you're working with it (crocking).

I rinse as many excess dye particles out of my yarn after it has finished the heat setting process as I can, but due to the way some dye particles behave, there could always be some left behind that will release during the lifetime of the yarn. They may not always come out in that first rinse, despite thorough rinsing before it leaves me and gets to you ❤️

Bleeding: I don't usually encounter any bleeding when I block my yarn swatches, or any finished objects I actually complete in my yarn (using a light amount of Soak, always in cold water), but due to the nature and behaviour of some dyes, and other variables such as the hardness of your water compared to mine, you might find some bleeding may occur when soaking.

You can use a colour-catcher when you are soaking your finished item to try to catch loose dye particles which may bleed out of the yarn. 

Crocking: I also don't usually encounter any crocking, but this is said to vary for each crocheter/knitter as per the pH on your hands (and if you've recently used any hand cream). Any dye transferred onto your hands while working with any yarn will wash off with soap.


Sheep welfare

The yarn wholesalers I use are committed to sourcing all of their wool from farms which comply with high animal welfare standards.

My main yarn base - BFL, Bluefaced Leicester - is a British breed of sheep and is all sourced from individual farms in the UK by the British Wool Marketing Board, and graded to ensure its high quality.

Any Merino I use is certified as mulesing free, mainly from Australia, and they source the remainder from South America and South Africa where mulesing is not practiced. Their Kid Mohair is sourced from South Africa, and Alpaca is from Peru from small family owned smallholdings.

Superwash

The Superwash yarns I use are treated using the Hercosett process, and my wholesalers only use reputable companies to superwash their fibres, who hold ISO14001 accreditation and/or engage in best practice with regard to environmental performance and waste water treatment and re-use.


If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to get in touch using the Contact form.

Tracey 🌈

Email me at tracey@traceymustard.com, or submit your query here.