Nomadnoos has recently implemented a significant increase in their wholesale prices. Although I admire and applaud their work in Mongolia and Nepal, I can’t keep up with these new prices. Sustainability is our core value, but for Yarnz this is not feasible.
Therefore I have decided to stop carrying Nomadnoos yarns. I wish them all the best in their future undertakings.
I will not restock the current yarns and I will put the remaining stock on clearance sale on February 1.
I hope you can understand that this is a case of force majeure. I don’t take this step with a light heart.
About Smooth Sartuul
Sartuul sheep is a special Mongolian sheep breed which provides very soft and fine fibers, similar to cashmere. After combing the fibers are washed and carded in Mongolia, and send for hand spinning by women in Mongolia and Nepal.
Most fibres are bleached before they are dyed, because this is the only way to get light colours. But Nomadnoos uses the pure, natural fibres as yarn base and doesn't bleach it first. Making use of the natural beauty of the yarn each skein has a rich depth in colour that you can only fall in love with.
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