Spring ball of yarn
Combines with: Kilig
Pattern ideas to knit with Kilig:
- 1 skein –> dos agujas: capita Faralaes de Beatriz P. Martín/ crochet: Light from Within cowl by CJ Brady
- 2 skeins –> dos agujas: Chal Pixuetina de Pilar R. Mendez/ crochet: Sliding Doors chal de Lisa Cook
- 3 skeins –> dos agujas: Chal Leila de Sonia Masegosa/ crochet: Totum tee (top) de Nomad Stitches
- More than 3 skeins –> dos agujas: Top Violeta de Beatriz P. Martín / crochet: Suéter Rosal de Filipa Carneiro
Baby yak wool
This is a yarn as fine as cashmere and therefore super soft and luxurious, as it uses the inner fleece (undercoat) of the Yak, spun into worsted yarn to fix the fibres and reduce pilling.
The spinning process uses the longest fibres from the first shearing of the yak.
It is a hypoallergenic and lanolin free yarn, a very appreciated fibre, which together with silk, make this yarn the supreme softness for your needles and for your skin.
READ ME. Important information:
You should bear in mind that artisan dyeing is not like industrial dyeing. Batches are small, and the intensity and distribution of colours may vary from one skein to another. If you need the skeins to be from the same dye lot and as similar as possible, please write this in the order notes to take this into account.
It is also important to know that the colours may look different on each screen and that the mix and distribution of colours you receive may differ from the photo because no two skeins are exactly the same.
In any case, no worries! because if when you receive the skeins they are not what you expected, we will start the return process without a problem and at no cost to you.
Hand wash in water at a temperature below 30º with a neutral soap. Dry the garment horizontally to avoid deformation.