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KOKON Lace Dune (LBA06)

Regular Price: €30.00

Sale Price Excl. Tax: €12.40 Incl. Tax: €15.00

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  • Kokon Alpaca Lace


    Colour: Dune (LBA06) - please note this shade has darker dye stains.

    Per 100 gr skein.

    Fair Trade certified hand dyed Alpaca from Peru.

    Sadly this yarn is no longer produced, this is the last remaining stock on clearance sale.

    Specs:

    • 100 % Baby Alpaca;
    • Recommended needles 2,75 mm (US 7; UK 7);
    • 100 gr skein, length approx. 800 m;
    • Non superwash;
    • Hand dyed in Peru;
    • Fair Trade certified & environmentally friendly production;
    • Hand wash only.

    How many skeins do I need?

    Please note that Kokon is hand dyed on a small scale. Always make sure that you have enough yarn for your project. Even within the same dyelot, shades may vary.

    Shawl: 1-2 skeins.

    Women's jumper or cardigan size 40: 3 skeins.

    Please note that some patterns, like cables, require more yarn than a standard stockinette or garter stitch. Also, crochet usually requires approx. 30% more yarn than knitting.

    KOKON Lace is the featured yarn for Vicarno's KOKON Lace Shawl.

    About Kokon Baby Alpaca

    Alpaca is considered a luxury fiber and can be compared with other fine fibers like Cashmere and Pashmina. Alpaca is smooth, velvety, very light weight, soft and durable. 100% pure Alpaca wool is absolutely thermal due to it’s hollow fiber and microscopic pockets. This allows for warmth in winter and breathability in summer. Alpaca fiber is also dust and water repellant.

    Alpaca is one of the most environmentally friendly fibers to produce. Alpaca’s are raised in the Andean highlands at an altitude where there is no usage or presence of insecticides or herbicides. The highlands provide a low-protein diet based on natural grasses that are essential for quality Alpaca fleece. The foot anatomy of an Alpaca is such that an Alpaca disrupts far less soil than other grazers and therefore creates less ground erosion.

    There is no Superwash treatment on Alpaca fiber. For care instructions hand washing is recommended to avoid shrinkage.