Cascade 220

Designer: Cascade Yarns

11,90 €
11,90 €
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Color: 1002 Leaf green


100% Peruvian wool

Thread strength:

100 g = 200 m

Stick recommendation:
4.50 - 5.00 mm

Knitting density:
18-20 s = 10 cm

Care Instructions:

Hand wash at 30 degrees.

Cascade 220 thread - Knitter's trusted partner!

Are you looking for a knitting partner who fulfills all your wishes? Your search ends here - Cascade 220 is a classic praised by knitters and crocheters, bringing softness and quality together. This all-wool yarn is made from carefully selected Peruvian highland wool that combines the best qualities of Corriedale and Merino wool. The result is an airy and yet durable yarn that can be used for many purposes.

As a yarn, Cascade 220 is very versatile. Whether you're starting to conjure up a smooth surface, the curves of braids, the sensitivity of lace or the craftsmanship of embroidery, Cascade 220 is a sure choice. In addition, it is also suitable for felting!

The yarn's color chart is like a heavenly color palette. Check out the color selection, which has both a smooth monochrome and a vivid Heather shade, created by the skillful combination of multi-toned strands.

As a tip, if the roughness of Icelandic sheep's wool is a challenge, the Cascade 220 replacement option will put a smile on your face. This yarn has the same strength as Lettlopi, but offers softness.

WoolWomen imports yarn from America and we update our selection regularly. If you can't find the shade of your dreams right now in our warehouse or the project you're planning requires more yarn than you expected, don't hesitate to contact us at . Your wishes are important to us and we take your wishes into account.

Reserve five skeins for the M size shirt and one skein for the beanie.

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