MERINO BABY

<p>100%&nbsp;<strong>Virgin w</strong><b><strong>ool&nbsp;(M</strong>erino&nbsp;superfine, Mulesing free)</b></p>


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Product information

Merino Baby is a wonderfully smooth and soft natural product made of merino wool, which is light yet warm. Merino wool provides warmth without being hot and it has moisture wicking properties that keep garments dry to the touch.  

This beautiful natural wool is easy to work with and is suitable for all types of patterns: textured patterns like the cable pattern, Ajour, or lace.  It is a very nice yarn with which you can knit cardigans, sweaters, capes, shawls, hats, scarves, leg warmers.  It is also very suitable for baby clothing.  Because merino wool has a soft fleece, it can be worn directly on the skin, and it does not pill. You can knit a pair of hand warmers very quickly and make a nice gift for a loved one.

 

Tip: It is advisable to always order enough yarn for your desired model to ensure you knit your entire project with yarn of the same dye batch. In case of doubt, please make a gauge sample immediately after receiving the yarn. In this way, you can estimate whether you have ordered sufficient quantity and, if necessary, reorder directly.


Specifications

  • Yarn Length: 50 g ~ 220 m | 1.76 oz ~ 240 yds
  • Needle size: 3 mm | 2-3 US | 11 UK
  • Gauge 30 stitches, 35 rows to 4" (10 cm)
  • Usage: Sweater in size small ~ 350g (7 balls)
  • Yarn Weight: 50 g | 1.76 oz ~ Ball

Origin

  • Fibre: Merino ~ Argentina
  • Spun in Portugal
  • Dyed in Portugal

Care

<p>Knitted garments with Merino Baby can be washed in the washing machine at 104u00b0F (40u00b0C). It is advisable to use a mild detergent and choose a delicate cycle. Dry flat, preferably on a terry towel, to avoid stretching. Under no circumstances should you dry it directly on a heat source or in the blazing sun! If necessary, the knitted piece can be ironed at the lowest temperature setting.</p> <p>Read more about wool care in our blogpost&nbsp;<a href="https://www.pascuali.de/blog/wool-care">here</a>.</p>