In Knit by Moltrup’s own yarn collection, you will also find this delicious alpaca.
The alpaca is produced in the alpaca’s home country of Peru, by a spinning mill that is certified with both RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) and RAS (Responsible Alpaca Standard).
In addition, the spinning mill is also OEKO-TEX certified. In addition to meeting these requirements, they also work with genetic research in the alpaca, traceability and social responsibility for many of the Peruvian men and women whose livelihoods depend on the production of alpaca.
The alpaca is available in two thicknesses, the thin Alpaca lace is perfect as a companion thread and replacement for Kid Silk and the thicker alpaca can replace many types of merino.
Fiber content: 100% superfine alpaca
Run length: 180 m / 50 g
S knitting strength: 28 – 30 stitches on 10 cm
Needle size: 3.00 – 3.50 mm
Washing instructions: Hand wash and should lie flat to dry.
Quantity per barrel: 50 g
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Knit by Moltrup is owned by Christine Moltrup Holm.
Christine has always been drawn to colors and with a penchant for being creative, she started Knit by Moltrup.
At Knit by Moltrup, work is based on the principles of sustainability, ecology and unique products of good quality.
All yarn is bought in England where she makes sure to get the best fibers on the market and this quality is reflected in the price.
At the same time, Christine has had all the fat in her hands from start to finish, and processed them according to all the rules of the art.
In this way she creates the most fantastic unique yarns.
The yarns are dyed with acid dyes. The word sounds much worse than it is.
The principles behind acid dye are that the yarn is soaked in completely natural citric acid. This process prepares the fibers so that they are able to receive the color pigments that are added by hand.
It is important to Knit by Moltrup that the yarn is dyed as sustainably as possible, meaning that as little water and electricity as possible is used.
In addition, they work on the principle that as little as possible should be wasted, both during dyeing, but also when thinking about labels and packaging.