Masham is a longwool with a ton of shine and drape. Yarn spun from this wool has a lovely halo, and it takes dye with loads of depth and intensity. It’s similar to Wensleydale in softness, and in staple length, although it doesn’t tend to be as crimpy as Wensleydale. It’s lovely for felting, and it spins up into a really drapey, lustrous yarn.
Don’t Come the Raw Prawn With Me is one of my favourite Australian idioms. It’s a mix of flamingo pink, rich, burnt orange, soft mauve and fawn, and it’s a delight on this fibre.