Juliette de Lanas DMC ball of fine stamped wick


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Juliette de Lanas DMC fine printed wick ball, it is a ball that presents a perfect color combination to knit fun garments, and with a design in gradient tones. It contains about 450 meters ... Yarn DMC Juliette a ball of great footage, containing a total of about 450 meters of yarn. It is made up of a mix of acrylic, wool and alpaca fibers. This model is perfect for knitting original and elegant garments or accessories, ideal for the autumn and winter season due to its warmth.

The composition of Lanas DMC Juliette is:

80% acrylic 10% wool 10% alpaca The alpaca (from the Quechua allpaqa, paqu) (Vicugna pacos) is a domestic species of artiodactyl mammal of the Camelidae family. Evolutionarily it is related to the vicuña, although in current 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. This wool will give you warmth, and will protect you from the cold on the harshest days of winter. It has a twisted strand and small hairs that give the ball a great softness. In the textile industry, the term "alpaca" can mean different things. It is above all a term applied to wool obtained from the Bolivian alpaca. However, it refers more broadly to the fabric originally made in Peru from alpaca wool, although it is also manufactured and mixed with other types of wool such as bright Italian and English wool. The most precious fabrics are those from the first shearing of the alpaca, called baby alpaca. The four species of native South American animals and producers of fiber are: llama, alpaca, guanaco and vicuña. The alpaca and the vicuña are the most valuable animals for their wool: the alpaca because of the quality and quantity of wool (fiber), and the vicuña because of the softness, fineness, scarcity and high quality of its wool. Guanaco fiber is slightly lower than that of vicuña, but it is a little more abundant.

The characteristics of Lanas DMC Juliette are:

Each ball contains 100 grams of weight and about 450 meters in length. It can be worked with the 4 mm knitting needles or the 4 - 4.5 mm crochet hook. To make a 10 x 10 cm sample with 4 mm needles, mount 25 stitches and do 32 laps. Machine washable at a maximum of 30º C and with the delicate cycle of the washing machine. Not suitable for tumble dryer use. Horizontal drying is recommended. It can be ironed at a low temperature.
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1100 Grams, 80% Acrylic, 10% Wool, 10% Alpaca, Needles 4 - 5, Crochet 4, 450 Meters,

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