Plassard Festif

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Plassard Festif
  • Plassard Festif
  • Plassard Festif
  • Plassard Festif
  • Plassard Festif
  • Plassard Festif

Plassard Festif is a braided, fantasy yarn in natural colours with a silky touch. This yarn combines a solid colour with a bright strand, what will bring a chic and original touch to your garments. This wool is perfect for knitting elegant clothes for the summer season.

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Product details



  • Weight 50 grams
  • Length 140 meters
  • Crochet Hook 4
  • Season Spring - Summer
  • Needles Size 4 mm
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Product description

Plassard Festif is a fine yarn that combines a solid colour and a subtle bright strand, creating a different texture with a braid design, perfect for the spring/summer season. It’s ideal for making elegant, fresh and comfortable garments.

Its bright strand with ecru tons makes it the best choice to create your clothes and accessories with a chic touch. It will offer a subtle, elegant and fabulous touch to make your summer pieces. It’s a fine, but romantic yarn!

With Plasssard Festif, you can knit shawls, lace handkerchiefs, fine sweaters, cardigans, tops, dresses and much more.

Plassard Festif is made of:

  • 30% Cotton
  • 70% Polyester

The cotton is a soft, breathable and fresh fibre that will give comfort to your needlework. You’ll obtain fabrics with a very light and a nice fall thanks to the combination of polyester fibres.

You should know that Plassard Festif…

  • Each ball has 50 grams and 140 metres.
  • Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 4 mm knitting needles.
  • Mount 22 stitches and do 28 laps to knit a 10 x 10 cm square.
  • It can be washed in the washing machine up to 20ºC.
  • Do not use the dryer. We recommend you to dry it horizontally without hanging out.
  • It can be ironed at a low temperature.

You can knit original garments or accessories for the spring/summer season.

Have you ever knitted with Festif Plassard? Tell us your experience!