Isager - Jensen
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
JENSEN YARN is a three-ply wool yarn that is well suited for structured knitting. The yarn is firm and round, which makes the structure stand out clearly. The yarn has good durability and is suitable for sweaters, among other things.
The yarn is delivered to the shop in compound skeins of 2x50 grams. This allows you to get 100 gram skeins made up of two 50 gram skeins and/or 50 gram skeins depending on the quantity you order. They are ordered in 50-gram skeins and the price refers to 50 grams.
- Material: 100% wool
- Suggested knitting: 3 mm
- Gauge: approx. 22 m = 10 cm
- Weight / length: 50 grams = approx. 125 meters.
- The yarn is spun and dyed in Denmark
- The work should be washed by hand with wool detergent and then dried flat.
Jensen: knitting needles 3 = 22 sts/ 28 rows
Jensen + Alpaca 1: needles 3.5 = 19 sts / 24 rows
Jensen + Alpaca 2: needles 4 = 17 sts / 24 rows
Jensen + Silk Mohair: needles 5 = 16 sts / 20 rows
Please note that color 100, navy blue, can discolour. It has to do with the ph value in your skin, it does not discolour on all people, some can get completely blue fingers and others don't notice anything. It may therefore be wise to knit a swatch that you wash if you are going to knit together with completely white yarns to see how the yarn behaves.