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Wool Katia PRINTED TWEED

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Printed Tweed by Lanas Katia new marbled ball

Lanas Katia Printed Tweed

Katia Printed Tweed yarn is a speckled yarn, composed of acrylic fibers and ideal for knitting original winter clothes or accessories. The acrylic will maintain your body temperature and will make the ball soft. You have 8 color combinations available to choose the one that best suits your tastes. Katia Printed Tweed is the ideal ball to shape your fall and winter projects. It is made entirely of acrylic, a type of fiber very similar to wool, but which is softer to the touch ... Avoid itching on the skin! In addition, it has the same thermal characteristics as natural wool: it will give you warmth on cold days and will maintain your body temperature at all times. This yarn stands out for its design. When weave it, you will discover its marbled color effect, since it mixes different tones throughout the entire thread. You will find 8 different color combinations, which will suit all tastes. Knit original warm garments for the whole family, whether they are babies, children or adults.

The composition of Lanas Katia Printed Tweed is:

100% acrylic. Acrylic fiber is a synthetic fiber made from acrylonitrile, from which it derives its generic name. Acrylonitrile was first obtained in Germany in 1893. It was one of the chemicals used by Carothers and her team in the fundamental research on high polymers that was carried out at the Du Pont company. Du Pont developed an acrylic fiber in 1944 and began commercial production of them in 1950. It was given the trade name Orlon. Some acrylic fibers are dry spun with solvents and others are spun wet. In solvent spinning, the polymers are dissolved in a suitable material, such as dimethylformamide, extruded in hot air, and solidified by evaporation of the solvent. After spinning, the fibers are hot drawn to three to ten times their original length, crimped, cut, and sold as staple fiber or continuous filament cord. In wet spinning, the polymer is dissolved in a solvent, extrusion is carried out in a coagulant bath, dried, crimped and collected in the form of a continuous filament cord for use in the bulking process or it is cut into fibers and it is packed. Acrylonitrile is relatively cheap, but the solvents are expensive, making spinning more expensive than other synthetic fibers This type of synthetic fiber is the most similar to natural wool, which will allow you to knit a very warm and comfortable garment, but soft when in contact with all skin types.

The characteristics of Lanas Katia Printed Tweed are:

Each ball contains 100 grams of weight and about 180 meters in length. It can be knitted with the 5 - 5.5 mm knitting needles or 5.5 - 6 mm crochet. To knit a 10 x 10 cm sample with 5.5 mm needles, mount 14 stitches and do 20 laps. To knit a size 40 long-sleeved sweater, you will need about 5 balls. Machine washable at a maximum of 30ºC and with products without bleach. Not suitable for tumble dryer use. It is recommended to dry horizontally without hanging. It can be ironed at a maximum of 110ºC.Printed Tweed by Lanas Katia new marbled ball


100 Grams, 100% Acrylic, Needles 5 - 5.5, Crochet 5, 180 Meters

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