• Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock
  • Merino Wool interlock

Merino Wool interlock

Merino wool.
  • Flexible interlock knit
  • Keeps skin warm
  • Soft and breathable
  • Does not itch
  • Tube scarfs, beanies, bobble hats, undergarments, bedding, mittens, socks etc.
  • Suitable for nappy pants
Material:
100% merino wool
Weight/m2: 190g natural colours
Weight/m2: 220g dyed
Width: 125cm
Superwash treated
Öko-tex

Wool origin: South Africa
Spun in: Italy
Knitted in: Finland

Additional information on merino wool:
Merino wool fabric is a flexible knit that is soft and breathable. Merino sheep produce basecoat wool, which is a high-quality, extremely fine fiber and therefore is very suitable for people with sensitive skin.

Merino Wool interlock

Price: 2,85
Qty: pcs
Please note: the fabric is sold in 10cm units. So if you need 50cm, order 5 units.

Grape - sold out.
Petrol: some light discolouration
Care Instructions: Machine wash 30C (cold) with wool cycle or by hand. Use detergent designed for wool. Re-shape while wet and dry flat. It is not recommeded to dry your garment on the radiator or in direct sunlight.
 
This fabric is pre-washed at the factory, therefore shrinkage is only about 6%.
 
Only wash when dirt is visible, mostly a good air out is enough. The garment can be re-softened or waterproofed by lanolising.
 
Storage: When not in use protect your wool garments from moths by storing them in airtight containers e.g. zip lock bags.
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