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Knitting for Olive Merino

Color
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A light fingering weight 100% Merino wool yarn, sourced from a mulesing-free eco-farm in Patagonia, Argentina. Great for holding double with Knitting for Olive’s Soft Silk Mohair.

• Non-superwash
• 100% mulesing-free Merino
• Light Fingering weight: 250 meters per 50 grams / 273 yards per 1.75 ounces
• Recommended needle size: 3 - 3.5 mm / US 2.5 - 4
• Worsted spun, 3 ply

• Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified
• Fleeces sources from a mulesing-free eco-farm in Patagonia, Argentina
• Spun in Italy without any harmful chemicals at a mill following ethical, technical and environmental standards
• Fiber origin: Patagonia, Argentina
• Yarn origin (mill): Italy
• Yarn origin (company): Denmark

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Knitting for Olive Merino Projects

Bindweed Cardigan

Bindweed stems, observed during a walk in a Californian spring field, inspired the design of this cropped, open-front cardigan. The muted color and gentle halo give the sweater a soft and natural look. Designed to be worn with approximately 10 cm of positive ease, Bindweed works super well with a variety of outfits from simple jeans to floral dresses, providing the comfort and coziness of a hug wherever the road takes us. Designed by Ksenia Naidyon.

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Altocumulus Shawl

This triangular shawl was inspired by the comforting feeling of gazing up at the clouds. The combination of mohair and lots of texture creates a fabric that you cannot wait to squeeze between your fingers and wrap around your shoulders as you embrace the changing weather outside. The mohair also adds a foggy haze without subtracting from the textures in the body and trim and gives the shawl a lofty appearance. Designed by Fiona Alice.

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