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Everest White Bear thick wool ribbon
White Bear Everest
It is a thick woolen ribbon for knitting whole or on the edge.
White Bear Everest thick woolen ribbon for knitting whole or on the edge.
This thick tape can be used to make scarves. You can also make clothes for the home and accessories.
White Bear's Everest composition is:
Acrylics are the most similar to wool. The fibers for carpets seem to be wool and the fabrics for baby seem to be made of wool, but they are softer and their care is much simpler. The sweater, the challis and other fine fabrics can be reproduced with acrylic fibers. The cost of fabrics and garments made with acrylic fibers is similar to good quality wool, but they are especially suitable for people allergic to wool. The first acrylic fibers produced folds (pilling) and the garments were stretched and folded (instead of shrinking, like wool) but these problems were solved by using appropriate structures in the threads and the fabric.
Acrylics can be ironed, they also have the ability to develop a potential for latent shrinkage and retain it indefinitely at room temperature.
Acrylic fibers have good resistance to most chemicals, except strong alkalis and chlorine-based bleaches. Acrylics can be dry-cleaned; in some garments the finish is lost and the fabric will feel rough. These fibers are resistant to moths and fungi. Acrylic fibers have excellent resistance to sunlight. The combustion characteristics of acrylic fibers are similar to that of acetates. The fibers soften, ignite and burn freely, decomposing to leave a black and brittle residue. It gives off an aromatic chemical odor, very different from the vinegar smell of the acetates. The difference in flammability of acrylic and modacrylic fibers is a result of the high content of acrylonitrile in acrylics. Modacrylics, where the content of this substance is much lower.
White Bear's Everest features are:
Each ball contains 100 grams of weight.
You can work with knitting needles of # 20.
It is suitable for machine washing at a maximum of 30ºC.
It can be ironed at low temperatures, maximum 110ºC.
It is not suitable for drying in a dryer.
Horizontal drying is recommended.ribbon Everest White Bear thick wool to weave whole or on the edge
100 grams 52 % Acrylic 23% Wool Needle 20
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