Mondial Lella

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Mondial Lella is a nice sheep kit perfect to create complements and accessories for kids and babies. It is specially designed to knit nice scarfs, caps, blankets, bags, dolls, etc. with a nice sheep. 

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Product details


  • Weight 100 grams
  • Length 300 meters
  • Knitting needle 5
  • Season Autumn - Winter
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Product description

Mondial Lella is a the kit of a nice little sheep with tools to knit accessories and complements for kids.

It is the perfect kit to knit original scarfs, caps, bags, blankets, etc for kids.

The sheep is available in 4 different colours: cream, grey, blue and pink.

The Mondial Lella kit includes:

  • 1 ball de 100 grams.
  • Head of sheep.
  • 4 knitted little legs.
  • 1 pattern to knit a scarf.

You should knit the ball to obtain your favourite shape. Once finished, you should join the little head to the legs in order to have a nice shape.

These works with cuddly toy shape are specially designed to knit sweet baby blankets, cuddly toys, etc.

The Mondial Lella yarn is made by:

  • 100% Acrylic

These acrylic fibers have a smooth finish with a nice touch when coming into contact with sensitive and delicate baby’s skin.

You should know that Mondial Lella yarns…

  • Each ball has 100 grms and 300 mettres.
  • Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 5 mm knitting needles.
  • To knit a scarf, blanket, bag or cuddly toy you will only need 1 ball.
  • Mount 14 stitches and work 18 laps to do a 10 x 10 cm square using the 6 mm needles knitting.
  • This yarn is suitable to be washed in the washing machine.
  • This yarn is suitable to be ironed it at 110ºC.
  • Do not dry it in the dryer.
  • We recommend to dry it horizontally.

These sets are perfect to bring a gift for babies and kids. They will be warm in an original way.

Each kit has 1 free pattern to knit a scarf with this cuddly toy.

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