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Wool Katia SAVANA DEGRADE

12,95 for every ball

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white 100
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brown 101
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mustard 102
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ocher 103
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sheet 104
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blue 105
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gray 106
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lilac 107
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12,95 for every ball


Degrade sheet of Lanas Katia combines with Mouline

Savana Degradé by Lanas Katia

Savana Degradé's color gradients are shades studied perfectly for knitting fashionable garments such as sweaters, jackets or accessories. You can add a touch of extra color to your garments with some balls of Savana Mouliné in the same colors because they are totally combinable.
Katia Savana Degradé is an autumn and winter yarn available in color blends with a long sequence, which means that it changes color in longer stretches.
This provides a very original look of gradient colors in your projects, which will change color smoothly as you knit them.
This color format is ideal for creating garments for the whole family. You can use it to work on warm sweaters, cardigans or jackets, as well as many other projects for children or adults.
The assortment of colors available is ideal for working men's garments.

The composition of Katia Savana Degradé is:

75% Acrylic
15% Wool
10% Alpaca
The texture of Savana Degradé wool is rustic and warm. Provides a high coat thanks to the wool and alpaca fibers it contains.

The characteristics of the Savana Degradé yarn from Katia are:

Each ball has 150 grams and 270 meters.
Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 5.5 - 6 mm knitting needles or the 6 - 7 mm crochet hooks.
To knit a 10 x 10 cm sample, mount 14 stitches and work 19 laps. for It is a wool suitable for machine washing at a maximum of 30ºC.
It is not suitable for tumble drying.
It is recommended to dry horizontally.
It can be ironed at a low temperature.

Skeins I need to knit a garment

To knit a pull size 42 you will need 3 balls.
Degrade sheet of Lanas Katia combines with Mouline


150 Grams, 75% Acrylic, 15% Wool, 10% Alpaca, Knitting Needles 5.5 - 6, Crochet Needles 6, 270 Meters

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Katia Savana Degradé is an autumn and winter yarn available in color blends with a long sequence, which means that it changes color in longer stretches.
This provides a very original look of gradient colors in your projects, which will change color smoothly as you knit them.
This color format is ideal for creating garments for the whole family. You can use it to work on warm sweaters, cardigans or jackets, as well as many other projects for children or adults.
The assortment of colors available is ideal for working men's garments.

The composition of Katia Savana Degradé is:

75% Acrylic
15% Wool
10% Alpaca
The texture of Savana Degradé wool is rustic and warm. Provides a high coat thanks to the wool and alpaca fibers it contains.

The characteristics of the Savana Degradé yarn from Katia are:

Each ball has 150 grams and 270 meters.
Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 5.5 - 6 mm knitting needles or the 6 - 7 mm crochet hooks.
To knit a 10 x 10 cm sample, mount 14 stitches and work 19 laps. for It is a wool suitable for machine washing at a maximum of 30ºC.
It is not suitable for tumble drying.
It is recommended to dry horizontally.
It can be ironed at a low temperature.

Skeins I need to knit a garment

To knit a pull size 42 you will need 3 balls.
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