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Natural Lanolin Yarn undyed 100g - ecru

20 Units in Stock
5,60 €
incl. 20% VAT
plus shipping and handling
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Short Description

100 % virgin wool, 3-ply, with high, natural lanolin content - 100 g skein
Wool breathes and balances temperature. There is no accumulation of heat and the necessary skin breathing is always guaranteed.
Wool is dirt-repellent and can absorb up to 40% of its weight in water without feeling damp. Lanolin yarn is therefore particularly suitable for sports underwear, socks or nappy pants.
Lanolin in wool reacts with sweat (or urine in nappy pants) to form alkaline and neutralises the formation of bacteria and odour. The dried wool becomes odourless and fresh again and only rarely needs to be washed.

 


  • Model: 101-02-36
  • Manufacturer: Seehawer & Siebert
  • Weight: 100 g
  • Price per kilogram: 58 Euro

Detailed Description

100 % virgin wool, 3-ply, with high, natural lanolin content - 100 g skein
Wool breathes and balances temperature. There is no accumulation of heat and the necessary skin breathing is always guaranteed.
Wool is dirt-repellent and can absorb up to 40% of its weight in water without feeling damp. Lanolin yarn is therefore particularly suitable for sports underwear, socks or nappy pants.
Lanolin in wool reacts with sweat (or urine in nappy pants) to form alkaline and neutralises the formation of bacteria and odour. The dried wool becomes odourless and fresh again and only rarely needs to be washed.

Content:
100 % Wool

Weight & Length
100 g, ca. 250 m

Gauge:
10 x 10 cm = 21 sts by 30 rows

Needle Size:
3 - 4 mm

This yarns comes in skeins [more info]

This yarns comes in skeins (hanks), not in balls.
In order to knit with a skein, you’ll need to unwind it into a ball first.
Here are some tips how to unwind a skein of yarn:

How to unwind a skein (hank) of yarn

Manufacturer website



This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 02 October, 2013.