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Isager - Highland

70 SEK

ISAGER HIGHLAND is spun from sheep's wool from Peru. The yarn is characterized by its colors, which are a mixture of several shades in which the wool is dyed before it is spun. Highland is not as tightly spun as, for example, Tvinni and is therefore perceived by many as softer. You can replace both Tvinni and Alpaca 2 with Highland. In terms of softness and durability, the yarn lies between these two options. Highland is well suited for pattern knitting and does not twist if you knit around. Highland is really nice when knitted alone and together with other qualities.

  • 100% wool
  • Weight / length: 50 g = 270m
  • The yarn is dyed and spun in Peru
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    Gauge

    Highland on needles 3 = 26 sts / 30 rows
    Highland + Alpaca 1 on needles 3 = 24 sts / 28 p
    Highland + Alpaca 2 on needles 3.5 = 20 sts / 26 p
    Highland + Silk Mohair on needles 4 = 18 sts / 24 rows

    About color rendering

    We always do our utmost to ensure that the product images reproduce the colors correctly. However, monitors display colors differently, some may display them deeper and stronger while others brighter. We therefore cannot guarantee that the pictures show the exact color of the yarn. You can always email us at info@lillagarnbutiken.se if you want to see more pictures.

    Wash and care

    This yarn is best washed by hand with wool detergent, for example Eucalan. Leave the garment in a tub with about 4 liters of water together with a teaspoon of wool detergent. Then gently squeeze out the water and place the garment on a towel. Roll the towel with the garment and squeeze out the water.

    If you have a washing machine that can run a spin-only program, you can use this instead of squeezing out the water in a towel. If you are unsure about your washing machine, we recommend that you knit a test patch that you wash and spin to see how the yarn and fabric behave.

    Let the garment dry flat, preferably on a towel.