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Wool Mondial SOAVE IRISH

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Wool Mondial Soave Irish

Soave Irish by Lanas Mondial ovillo aire offers a very pleasant to the touch, soft, fluffy and super comfortable finish when wearing garments or accessories woven with this wool. Its great softness is due to its composition of baby alpaca fibers, a wool obtained from the first shearing of the animal that provides a pleasant natural touch. Wool Mondial Soave Irish is a fluffy, soft and warm wool, made from a strand woven in the form of a tubular mesh and that combines different tones in each of its models, since despite appearing plain, it has a slight gradient that jeaspees wool and makes it have a denim effect.

The composition of Lanas Mondial Soave Irish is:

65% extra fine virgin merino wool 25% baby alpaca 10% PA microfiber Wool is a natural fiber obtained from sheep (goats and, mainly, sheep), and from other animals such as llamas, alpacas, guanacos, vicuñas or rabbits, through a process called shearing. It is used in the textile industry to make products such as bags, blankets, gloves, socks, sweaters, etc. Wool products are used mostly in cold areas because their use maintains body heat; this is due to the fiber nature of the material. Alpaca is a domestic species of artiodactyl mammal in the family Camelidae. It is evolutionarily related to the vicuña, although in today's populations there is a strong genetic introgression of the llama (Lama glama). Its domestication has been carried out for thousands of years. We can find archaeological remains of the Mochica culture of Peru with representations of alpacas. In addition, most of its composition is made of extra-fine virgin virgin merino wool, making it more comfortable and pleasant to contact with the skin.

The characteristics of Lanas Mondial Soave Irish are:

Each skein contains 50 grams of weight and 240 meters in length. It can be knitted with 4-5 mm knitting needles. To knit a 10 x 10 cm square with 4 mm knitting needles, you will need to mount 20 stitches and work 25 laps. To knit a size 40 long-sleeved sweater, you will need about 5 balls. It is recommended to wash this wool by hand. It can be ironed at a moderate temperature, approximately 110ºC. Not suitable for a dryer. It is recommended to dry horizontally without hanging. It has a wide variety of colors so you can combine them with each other and create your custom projects.Soave Irish Wool Mondial ball of air


50 Grams, 65% Virgin Wool, 25% Baby Alpaca, 10% PA Microfiber, Needles 4 - 5, Crochet 5, 240 Meters

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The characteristics of Lanas Mondial Soave Irish are: Each skein contains 50 grams of weight and 240 meters in length. It can be knitted with 4-5 mm knitting needles. To knit a 10 x 10 cm square with 4 mm knitting needles, you will need to mount 20 stitches and work 25 laps. To knit a size 40 long-sleeved sweater, you will need about 5 balls. It is recommended to wash this wool by hand. It can be ironed at a moderate temperature, approximately 110ºC. Not suitable for a dryer. It is recommended to dry horizontally without hanging. It has a wide variety of colors so you can combine them with each other and create your custom projects.Soave Irish Wool Mondial ball of air' />
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