A fine metallic yarn used in combination to add a touch of elegance and shimmer to a special project.
Fibers65 % viscose & 35 % polyester (nylon)
Meterage287 meters (314 yards)
Unit weight25 grams (0.88 ounces)
Gauge32 stiches = 10 cm (4 in)
Made in Italy
CareIt is advisable to wash your knitting machine, delicate cycle, and dry it flat to avoid it deforms.
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Since 1939, Filatura Di Crosa has been producing luxurious, fashion-driven yarns for style-conscious knitters and crocheters.
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