Valeria di Roma Nazca
Valeria di Roma Nazca are balls that combines the acrylic dralon® fibre. That gives a better quality yarn, more resistant and hypoallergenic. Its beautiful colour mixtures combine with a speckled effect.
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- Weight 100 grams
- Length 266 metros
- Knitting needle 4 ½ - 5
- Crochet Hook 4 ½
Nazca by Valeria di Roma is a thick and speckled yarn, perfect to knit warm clothes and accessories to wear in winter. Its colours give a combined effect really special to your clothes, they will be wonderful.
They offer soft speckled tones with some little dots in some vibrant colours. These dots are little lines of different lengths on your clothes without a defined pattern.
It is a perfect yarn to knit pieces like pulls, jackets, dresses, ponchos, bags, hats, scarfs, collars, socks, plaids and more for you and your kids.
The yarn Valeria di Roma Nazca is made by:
- 50% Wool
- 50% Acrylic
These fibres have the dralon® treatment, that offers a better quality yarn, more resistant, soft and hypoallergenic, so it prevents irritations.
It is perfect to knit clothes for kids. They will be very comfortable preventing little balls on your clothes.
Wool is an excellent thermic regulator, it will keep you warm in the coldest winter days.
You should know that Nazca...
- Each ball has 100 grams and 265 metres.
- Its thickness is perfect to knit with the 4.5 - 5 mm knitting needles or de 4.5 mm crochet hooks.
- To knit a long sleeves pull size 42 you will need 4 - 5 balls.
- Mount 18 stitches and do 25 laps to knit a 10 x 10 cm square.
- This yarn is suitable to be washed in the washing machine at 30ºC.
- It can be ironed at low temperatures.
- Do not dry it in the dryer.
- We recommend you to dry it horizontally.
- It has the dralon® treatment.
- Made in Spain.
Its beautiful colours give an original touch that your kids will love.
Create your clothes and accessories for autumn and winter in lots of beautiful and funny colours.
Have you ever knitted with Nazca by Valeria di Roma? Give us your opinion!