Merino wool is not only insulating, but also wicks moisture away from the body and retains heat even when moist, thanks to the structure of the fibers. Wool can absorb up to 30% of its own weight in water before it starts to feel wet.
The yarn is superwash treated to withstand frequent machine washing.
Our supplier has guaranteed that the wool we buy does not come from sheep that have been subjected to mulesing.
Babyull Lanett has been on the market since the early 1980s and remains as popular a yarn today as it was then. However, its use has changed. Now it is used not only for baby clothes, but for the whole family.
For machine washing, we recommend that all wool garments be washed separately on a wool program, to ensure the gentlest treatment. Due to the unique absorbency of the merino wool, it is important to centrifuge hand-knitted garments well before drying them on a flat surface, preferably on top of a towel. Never use a laundry bag when washing hand-knitted wool garments. This creates friction that can cause the garment to felt.