Pascuali Yarns

Tibetan

Our merino wool is, naturally, mulesing-free and is sourced from Argentina, Patagonia. Its fineness is of 16.5 microns; even finer and softer than “extrafine” quality, and falls into the category of “ultrafine”. Even if the difference between “ultrafine” and “extrafine” is only 3 microns, the softness of our merino wool can be clearly felt in an instant.

Tibetan’s noble yak wool component has its origins in inner Mongolia and China. Like all our yak fibres, it possesses a fineness of approx. 16 microns. Our Tibetan yarn is spun in Italy. At all stages of the production, from the sourcing of raw fibres to the finished yarn, we make sure conditions for breeders and workers are fair and animal are well taken care of.

70% Virgin Wool (Merino ultrafine, mulesing free)
30% Yak wool

Our merino wool is, naturally, mulesing-free and is sourced from Argentina, Patagonia. Its fineness is of 16.5 microns; even finer and softer than “extrafine” quality, and falls into the category of “ultrafine”. Even if the difference between “ultrafine” and “extrafine” is only 3 microns, the softness of our merino wool can be clearly felt in an instant.

Fibre: Yak ~ Mongolia | Merino ~ Argentina

Spun in Italy

Dyed in Italy

Yarn Length:
50 g ~ 125 m
1.75 oz ~ 136 yds

Needle size:
 4-4,5 mm
6-7 US
7-8 UK

Gauge:
19 stitches, 28 rows to 4″ (10 cm)

Usage:
Sweater in size small ~ 500g (5 hanks)

Yarn Weight:
50 g ~ Ball
1.76 oz ~ Ball

General:
Chunky, super light weight, cozy, warm, soft and sensitive to the skin. 

Hand-wash in lukewarm water with a mild wool detergent. 

Dry on flat surface, preferably on a terry towel, to keep its shape and avoid stretching.

Under no circumstances should you dry it directly on a heat source or in the blazing sun!

It is advisable to always order enough yarn to ensure you knit your entire project with yarn of the same dye batch. In case of doubt, please make a gauge sample immediately after receiving the yarn. This way, you may estimate whether you have ordered sufficient quantity and, if necessary, reorder directly.