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Isager

Isager Eco Soft

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  • This brand new yarn by Isager is a light, fuzzy blend of alpaca and Organic Pima Cotton.

    Constructed a bit like our beloved Amelie by Illimani, Eco Soft also features a tube of yarn (this time in cotton instead of silk) with alpaca fibres blown through it.

    The result is airiness, copious halo (fuzz/fluff) and the ability to use this yarn in place of a pattern that would otherwise require you to use yarn x held together with silk-mohair.

    The biggest differences between Eco Soft and Amelie
    Amelie has more lustre, Eco Soft is matte
    Amelie has undyed and dyed colourways - Eco Soft is all undyed and in natural
    Amelie is more lux, Eco Soft is more affordable
    You get a bit more yardage with Amelie (150m vs 125m)

    Check out the gorgeous Badger & Bloom Kits using this yarn here, and click here for other Eco Soft patterns.

    More info on Isager combinations and gauges here.

  • Ingredients:
    56% Baby Alpaca
    44% Organic Pima Cotton

    Length:
    125m (136yd)

    Weight:
    50g

    Gauge:
    Aran / Bulky
    15 sts = 10 cm (4")
    Needle size: 5.5 - 6.0 mm (US 9 - 10)

  • ISAGER YARNS

    Renowned for classic yarns made from natural fibres, well suited for knitting, crochet, weaving and embroidery.

    All the wool qualities are ideal for felting and for dyeing with plant dyes.

    It is important to us that our yarns are produced with the greatest amount of care taken to both animals and humans.

    THE COLOUR RANGE

    Carefully created so the colours work well together both within and across the qualities. We rarely change the colours, as the range primarily consists of BASIC COLOURS, amongst which contemporary colours can always be found.

    The colours and qualities of our finer yarns can be mixed to create unique pieces.

    As a rule, single ply, densely spun yarns should not be used individually for working in the round, as they may pull the finished work. When worked together with other qualities this problem is avoided.