Loopy Mango Big Loop

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€199.00

Loopy Mango Big Loop is a XXL 100% merino yarn, presented in 1134 grams balls. They are perfects to knit super sewing pieces like blankets and other creations.

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Features

  • Weight 1134 gram
  • Length 115 meters
  • Knitting needle 25 or hand knitting
  • Season Autumn - Winter
  • Características XXL Súper chunky
2016-12-22

Specific References

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0262580000003

Product description

Loopy Mango Big Loop are gigant XXL merino balls super chunky. This kind of yarns are really thickness, perfect to knit with the 25 mm crochet hooks or knitting needles, and also with your hands.

This kind of yarns are used to knit big sewing pieces like gigant, really soft and warm blankets.

The yarn Loopy Mango Big Loop is made by:

  • 100% Merino wool

You will love the super nice touch of this kind of fibre. Its softness and sweetness make it the perfect yarn to knit blankets  to be warm while you are sitting in the sofa.

The high quality of this yarn offer cloths with an excellent texture and touch.

You should know that Big Loop by Loopy Mango...

  • Each ball has 1134 grams (40 oz.) and 115 metres (125 yards).
  • Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 25 mm knitting needles or crochet hooks, but also with your hands.
  • We recommend you to wash it dry-clean.
  • We do not recommend to mount your stitches really tight, because the yarn goes thickness over time, but if you want to knit caps or jackets, we recommend you to tight your stitches.

You can knit a hole ball in 2 - 3 hours.

How many balls do I need to knit a blanket?

  • 70 cm x 100 cm - 1 ball.
  • 91 cm x 177 cm - 2 balls.
  • 127 cm x 152 cm - 2,5 balls.
  • 127 cm x 177 cm - 3 balls.
  • 142 cm x 243 cm - 4 balls.

A really original yarn to knit big sewing pieces. It is recommendable to knit blankets, but also it is really used to knit caps, coats and other warm and nice sewing pieces.

Have you ever used the yarn Big Loop? Give us your opinion!