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TULIP – 50% Superwash Merino & 50% Silk Fingering Weight Yarn

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  • Ex-Gradiance Yarns Stock
  • Made with high quality 50% Superwash Merino & 50% Silk
  • Works to standard fingering/4ply weight patterns.
  • A great all-rounder breed of wool for exceptional next-to-skin comfort.
  • Fire-resistant, breathable, anti-static, and resistant to odour, soiling, and water/spills.
  • Suitable for machine washing.
  • Naturally renewable, biodegradable, and compostable.
  • Each skein weighs 100g/3.52oz with a length of 400m/437yds.

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Description

Weight ~ 100g / 3.52oz
Length ~ 400m / 437yds
Fibre ~ 50% Superwash Merino & 50% Silk
Colourway ~ Tulip

Made with high quality Superwash Merino from non-mulesing flocks, this yarn works up to most standard fingering/4ply weight knitting and crochet patterns. This an excellent all-rounder for everyday wear, but also provides exceptional comfort when worn next to the skin.

Wool itself has many benefits already. It is fire-resistant and will naturally extinguish a flame. It is breathable and naturally wicks moisture away from the skin, creating a temperature-regulating effect. Wool is a naturally renewable source, with sheep growing a new fleece to be shorn each year, as well as being biodegradable and compostable at the end of its life cycle, putting nutrients back into the ground. It is also resistant to odour, soiling, and water/spills, saving you the costs and time of regular washing. As a bonus the superwash treatment makes it ideal for a quick (but gentle) machine wash.

Silk is another component of this yarn and makes up 20%. Silk has an incredibly smooth surface, and is the most hypoallergenic of all fabrics because as well as dust mites it also resists fungi and mould. It is incredibly strong and durable, and can retain its beauty for many years.

Additional information

Weight 100 g

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