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Niagara Yarn Stop moldable ball of fabric

Niagara de Lanas Stop

It is a ball of moldable fabric to weave fantasy effects. It is a ball of fine gauze thread that can be woven on the edge of the thread with a fine needle or you can also weave the whole thread together with a thick needle as if it were a thick cord. Niagara de Lanas Stop is a ball of thin gauze yarn with which you can knit scarves of ruffles, or put ornaments on your dresses, jackets or jerseys as a steering wheel.

The composition of Niagara de Lanas Stop is:

Stainless Steel 30% Viscose 65% Its composition makes this spinning is very soft and fresh for the summer season. The cotton of its composition will give a soft touch and will make the spinning breathe and let the skin breathe. It is called artificial fiber or semi-synthetic fiber to the textile fiber manufactured from natural raw material, such as cellulose or animal or vegetable protein. The artificial ones arise in response to the need to obtain long and resistant filaments to weave quality textile materials. They are distinguished from synthetic fibers in that the raw material is a product of chemical synthesis.1 Some authors use "chemical fibers" to refer to artificial and synthetic fibers as a whole, as opposed to natural fibers.2 The first artificial fibers tried to imitate the silkworm that produces a continuous, fine, elastic and resistant filament. The French engineer Hilaire de Chardonnet was the first to obtain what he called "artificial silk" or "Chardonnet silk" in 1884, and presented it at the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1889. Artificial fibers are classified into three groups according to the raw material from which they are obtained: cellulose, protein and alginic. The group of cellulosic fibers is the most important of the three.

The Niagara features of Lanas Stop are:

It is presented in balls of 25 grams of weight. It is possible to work with Needles 4,5 - 5 knit or with needles of nº 9 if the whole thread is taken together. It can be machine washed up to 40ºC maximum. It can be dried on a horizontal surface so that the garment will not fall down. It is suitable for ironing up to 110ºC. It is advisable to steam iron. With a single ball you can weave a nice scarf of ruffles. It is also ideal for the ruffles of the gypsy costume, it will be spectacular. It is a ball of fine gauze thread that can be woven on the edge of the thread with a fine needle or you can also weave the whole thread together with a thick needle as if it were a thick cord. Niagara de Lanas Stop ball of thin gauze thread with which you can knit scarves of ruffles, or put ornaments on your dresses, jackets or jerseys as a steering wheel. Although with this type of cotton you can knit garments, accessories and accessories for all seasons of the year, it is ideal for your summer tasks.Yarn Niagara Stop moldable ball of fabric to weave effects fantasia


25 grams Stainless Steel 30 % 65 % Viscose 3 Needles 5

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