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POLYNESIA

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Texan 75
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Polynesia de Lanas Katia

Polynesia de Lanas Katia

It is a ball of yarn with a strand of silky shine and another matte strand. Katia Polynesia is a super fine yarn that is composed of two strands of different textures, one of them with a very elegant silky shine and the other in matte tones. Available in various colors, you can create beautiful garments for the summer as jerseys, pareos, jackets, shirts. Flax and cotton give it a softness and freshness and the viscose will give it a softness and texture typical of silk and a very silky shine characteristic to this great spinning for climates or hot seasons

The composition of Katia Polynesia's thread is:

56% cotton 22% linen. 22% viscose. The linen and cotton give it a softness and freshness and the viscose will give it a softness and texture typical of silk and a very silky shine characteristic to this great spinning for climates or hot seasons.

The characteristics of the Polynesia thread from Katia are:

Each skein is composed of 165 meters of wool and 50 grams approximately. To knit this wool, knitting needles of 3.5-4.5 mm will be needed. or 3.5mm crochet hook. To knit a square of 10x10 cm you will have to assemble 24 points and work 28 laps. This wool can be machine washed at a maximum temperature of 30 ° C. It is advisable to dry on a horizontal surface to spoil the garment. The use of a dryer is not recommended. It can be ironed although we recommend steam. Katia Polynesia is a very special spring-summer season yarn, as it combines an elegant strand of silky shine with another in a matt tone, giving it a very beautiful and original bright appearance. It is a special spinning to make garments such as jerseys, sarongs, jackets, shirts, and all that your imagination wants to do.


50 Grams, 56% Cotton, 22% Linen, 22% Viscose, Needles 3.5 - 4.5, Meters 165

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56% cotton 22% linen. 22% viscose. The linen and cotton give it a softness and freshness and the viscose will give it a softness and texture typical of silk and a very silky shine characteristic to this great spinning for climates or hot seasons.

The characteristics of the Polynesia thread from Katia are:

Each skein is composed of 165 meters of wool and 50 grams approximately. To knit this wool, knitting needles of 3.5-4.5 mm will be needed. or 3.5mm crochet hook. To knit a square of 10x10 cm you will have to assemble 24 points and work 28 laps. This wool can be machine washed at a maximum temperature of 30 ° C. It is advisable to dry on a horizontal surface to spoil the garment. The use of a dryer is not recommended. It can be ironed although we recommend steam. Katia Polynesia is a very special spring-summer season yarn, as it combines an elegant strand of silky shine with another in a matt tone, giving it a very beautiful and original bright appearance. It is a special spinning to make garments such as jerseys, sarongs, jackets, shirts, and all that your imagination wants to do.' />
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