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A black yarn with neon speckles and darker shades. 


£7.00 per 50gm hank - see corolaine on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. DK weight in 50-gram hanks. Perfect for knitting/hooking throw, blankets and cushions.



The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK. Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.

Bonjour and welcome to the corolaine shop!

Any yarn purchase from this blog will be offered a 10% discount. Note this discount does not apply to the shipping cost.

To get the discount, please contact me by email (contact.lestitch@gmail.com) and let me know which type of wool and how many hanks you need. I'll get back to you with a quote.

Thanks,
Cecile

Chunky undyed yarn from the late 1960s. Pure wool from the Pyrenees ** made in France **

100 grams skein (by more or less 5%) - £30.00 per skein - see corolaine on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Due to the age of the wool, the yarn might show little signs of wear off in some places. This does not alter the high quality of the wool which has retained its softness, bounce and flawless cream colour.

Handwash only. Wash before first use.

Needle size recommendations: about 6 mm (equivalent to UK4 or US10)
Why would valentine have to be red? Why not be it blue instead. Not only one shade of blue, but at least 5, 6 or even 7 shades of blue, with a pinch of black and a dash of off-white (natural wool colour).


£7.00 per 50gm hank - see corolaine on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. DK weight in 50-gram hanks. Perfect for knitting/hooking throw, blankets and cushions.

The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK. Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.
If you have a toddler at home and you happen to be French, you know that "le boudoir" is your most invaluable ally during teething times. 

Golden-coloured on the outside and pale apricot-coloured on the inside, this dry sponge biscuit coated with white granulated sugar has inspired the name of this variegated yarn.


£7.00 per hank - see corolaine shop on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. DK weight in 50-gram hanks. Perfect for knitting/hooking throw, blankets and cushions.

The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK.



Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.
A blend of lime and lemon - super bright colour combo that will most certainly brighten up any garment.


£7.00 per hank - see corolaine shop on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. DK weight in 50-gram hanks. Perfect for knitting/hooking throw, blankets and cushions.



The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK.

Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.
The different shades of vibrant reds with a yellow glow are reminiscent of the poppy petals. Will give an incredible effect if combined with darker colours. 


£7.00 per 50gm hank - see corolaine on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 3.5% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic 100% llanwenog wool yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. DK weight in 50-gram hanks. Perfect for knitting/hooking throw, blankets and cushions.



The llanwenog sheep is a rare breed native to Wales in the UK. Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.
A gradient green going from dark to almost off-white, reminiscent of a fennel. But a yarn coloured from a green veg would be too boring and off-putting, so let's funk it up and add some cool speckles in pink, yellow and black.


£6.50 per hank - see corolaine shop on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic, superfine, soft 100% merino yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic methods. Variegated colour. DK weight - A 50gm hank provides about 115m of yarn.


Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment.
A cheerful little girl, scared of flies but always up for mischiefs, Charlotte wears light grey leggings and dusty pink tops almost everyday. So why not name a hank of yarn after her.


£6.50 per hank - see Cor-o-Laine shop on Etsy for more details. To benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Organic, superfine, soft 100% merino yarn hand-dyed using non-toxic dyes. Variegated colour (light-medium grey with pink). DK weight - A 50gm hank provides about 115m of yarn

Sustainable type of wool, meaning that the farms must ensure animals are well kept (e.g. no mulesing system) and the farming methods help protect the environment in the best possible manners.
corolaine has released Soir de Paris, available on Etsy.

A new colourway that mixes very dark, almost black purple and old pink. A colourway reminiscent of Paris, and the Parisian grandes madames in particular. From the 1930-1940s to be a tad precise. Just like my granny who wore the Bourjois perfume named the same way.

The 50 gram skeins of organic pure wool are available in both llanwenog and merino.

llanwenog wool handdyed
llanwenog

merino wool handdyed
merino

For more technical details, please visit the Etsy store. and if you wish to benefit from the 10% discount, email me directly (contact.lestitch@gmail.com).

Le Stich is proud to announce the opening of her new, and first ever, Etsy shop! You can also follow my colourful adventure on Instagram @cor_o_laine

Cor-O-Laine is the wool child of Le Stitch, a French indie dyer living in London, married to a Portuguese. Not surprising then that each wool is colour-designed with this combined heritage and culture in mind.


The idea of corolaine originated from a personal exasperation from mass-market wool providers. I was not happy never knowing where the wool came from, never satisfied with colour choices, and never having a clue what the dyeing process involved.


In response to that, I have developed my own range of wool, which I have personally selected from certified farms and suppliers. Each skein of wool has been dyed using environmental-friendly methods.


Cor (Portugal) : /ˈkoɾ/ 
     feminine noun (plural cores)
          colour (English)

O (English) : /ˈoʊ/
     contraption of 'of'

Laine (French) : /lɛn/
     feminine noun (plural laines)
          wool, yarn (English)

Cor-O-Laine, lit. translation: colour of wool or yarn colour.