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Kremke Soul Wool – Lazy Linen
Looking for the most polyvalent yarn, that can become a bigger piece or a pair of socks, all the while being 100% natural? You just found it! With their Lazy Linen, Kremke Soul Wool gives you the possibility to do everything with one yarn!
This original blend is indeed made of 80% wool and 20% hemp and has at first been designed (and tested) as a sock yarn… Yet, when its designer saw the beautiful drape it acquired washing after washing, she thought it was a shame to limit it to this type of projects. Actually, knitting this yarn will give you beautiful sweaters and cardigans, or even shawls!
Warm despite its finesse, this yarn makes easy-to-wear garments and accessories that will follow you through every season. Whether you need a little something to put over your summer dress in the evening, or to layer the rest of the year, you won’t be able to put it back in your dressing room!
Plus, its soft colours, subtly heathered thanks to the hemp fiber, are a real treat for the eyes… And will easily find a place in any wardrobe.
What you need to know about this yarn:
- Weight: Fingering
- Composition: 80% wool, 20% hemp fiber
- 420 meters / 100 grams per skein
- Available in 9 shades
- Needles: 2.5 to 3 mm
- Gauge: 24 stitches = 10 cm
- Machine wash cold using a wool program, dry flat
Kremke Soul Wool’s Lazy Linen thus have a few assets: 100% natural fibers, easy to care, light-weight yet warm and resistant, with a beautiful drape and a range of soft colours you can easily wear. And so versatile that, if you still have some yarn once your sweater is finished, you can knit a matching pair of socks with it! And is there something more elegant than matching hand-knitted socks with a hand-knitted sweater or cardigan? Actually, while we talk about cardigans… We may well knit a Trellis for us or for our girl with it… What about you?
A new yarn in the brand’s range, it already has its Ravelry page. However, there are not a lot of projects linked to it yet. Maybe you will want to add yours?