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Snefnug NATUR | Alpaca, Merino Wool & Cotton

Original price $12.50 - Original price $12.50
Original price
$12.50
$12.50 - $12.50
Current price $12.50

 

ANIMAL WELFARE  - LIGHTNESS – SOFTNESS - QUALITY – NATURAL MATERIALS - ORGANICS

CaMaRose yarns are OEKO TEX standard 100 certified. This certification is a guarantee that the yarns have been tested and do not contain any harmful chemicals. License no. 2176-346

SNEFNUG NATUR is a super soft, light, airy and full-bodied yarn, made of only natural materials in an extra delicate blend of 55% uncoloured alpaca fibers, 10% merino wool (non mulesing) and 35% organic cotton.

Pattern for Sarah Solomon's Harley Sweater using Snefnug Natur and Snefnug

    Color: Chocolate Brown (7105)

    SNEFNUG NATUR is produced by an Italian family-owned spinning mill, with consideration for environment and animal welfare, thus the merino wool used, is of course mulesing free, and comes from South America. The alpaca is from Peru, and the cotton is from Egypt.

    SNEFNUG is composed by an organic cotton tube, as the core, in which a fine and neat blend of merino wool and alpaca is blown into. Altogether, this gives a strong and at the same time, super soft and exclusive yarn.

    SNEFNUG is particularly suitable for baby and children’s knitwear, as well as for the current trend of oversize knitwear on big needles for adults, as sweaters, cardigans, scarves, and hats.

    Fiber Content:
    55% Alpaca
    35% Cotton
    10% Wool - Merino

    Weight:
    Aran / Worsted / 10 ply

    Meterage/Yardage
    120 yards(110 meters)

    Unit Weight
    50 grams (1.76 ounces)

    Gauge:
    12.0 to 16.0 sts = 4 inches
    The recommended needle size is 4.0 - 6.0 mm and the recommended gauge is 12-16 sts per 10 cm and approx. 24 rows in height. 

    Needle Size
    US 6 - 10 or 4 - 6mm

    It is recommended to HAND WASH the finished work, using a wool detergent, and lay it flat to dry. When washing in the machine, the finished work can shrink up to 7%, but will stretch again in use. It is recommended to knit ribbing edges a little firm and slightly narrower, as these likewise will stretch in use