This yarn has a nice story behind it.
Saona is the name of the river where the grandfather of the owners of Wool Dreamers, Julián and his sons Teodoro and Ramón used to go with their wagon pulled by mules and full of woolen fleeces. There they spent the days while they washed the wool and left it ready to later dry it, card it, spin it and weave the blankets.
It is a rustic thread, it does not itch but if you are very sensitive when it comes into contact with your skin, I think it is not for you. It's fluffy, it gains a lot from blocking in terms of softness, and its palette is inspired by natural colors.
Why is this wool from sustainable trade?
- Entrefina and Manchega Merino wool. Revaluing native sheep wool
- Andalusian Traceabled Cotton
- Grazed herds that clean and fertilize local land
- Thread with OEKOTEX Standard 100 certificate
- Traceability 100% guaranteed. From the sheep to your hands
- Minimum carbon emissions compared to other yarns
Buying this yarn from this brand you buy and help local and Spanish sustainable commerce.
50% Wool 50% Cotton (50% Cotton from Andalusia, 50% Merino Wool from Entrefina and Manchega)
Yarn type: Fingering 2 Cabos Ply
Skein of 50 grams,
241 yards (220 meters)
Needles 3.00—3.50 mm (Shawls 3.75 / 4.00 mm)
Tension: 26 stitches
Hand wash, Max. 30º, Dry Horizontally
Shawl recommended quantities: 4 skeins approx.
Recommended quantities Sweater size M: 6 skeins approx. (without cables, not brioche, not crochet)
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