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Tango Yarn Stop bicolor mesh with gold lame
Lanas Stop Tango
It is a two-color mesh with golden lamé to weave a scarf.
It is a ball of wool to make scarves and frilly shawls.
It is a wool of grid of wide tape, which is woven at one end and forms ruffles. With a ball 1 scarf, it is also used to form ruffles to other garments.
Tanas Stop Tango of excellent quality for the works of manuality of spongy and soft touch, ideal to create knitted designs, shelters children with original scarves.
The composition of Lanas Stop Tango is:
The soft acrylic spinning of Lanas Stop Tango makes it have a lot of fall and a very pleasant silky coloration.
It is very tasty to the touch.
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 chemical products used by Carothers and his team in the fundamental research on high polymers that was carried out at the company Du Pont. Du Pont developed an acrylic fiber in 1944 and started commercial production of them in 1950. He was given the commercial name of Orlon.
The characteristics of Lanas Stop Tango are:
Each ball has a weight of 50 g and about 30 m in length enough to make a frill scarf with a single ball.
You will need 3 - 4 point knitting needles to knit.
With a ball 1 scarf, it is also used to form ruffles to other garments.
It can be machine washed at 30º.
It can be dried on a horizontal surface preferably.
Wool of excellent quality for the work of soft and fluffy touch, ideal for creating knitted designs, shelters children with original scarves.
It is ideal for those dresses that you want to adorn, either with ruffles or with a simple adornment.Tango Yarn Stop bicolor mesh with gold lam? knitting scarf
50 Grams Acrylic 97 % Metallic 3 % needles 3-4
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