DROPS Bomull-Lin

Přírodní elegance tvořená bavlnou a lnem

  • Product image yarn Bomull-Lin
  • Product image yarn Bomull-Lin
  • Product image yarn Bomull-Lin
  • Product image yarn Bomull-Lin
  • Product image yarn Bomull-Lin

Složení: 53% bavlna, 47% len
Skupina přízí: C (16 - 19 ok) / 10 ply / aran / worsted
Váha/návin: 50 g = cca 85 metrů
Doporučená síla jehlic: 5 mm
Zkušební vzorek: 10 x 10 cm = 17 ok x 22 řad
prát v ruce, max. 30°C / sušit volně rozložené

Přírodní a prostá příze spřádaná z vláken lnu a bavlny. Nepoddajná struktura lnu v kombinaci s měkkou bavlnou vytváří velmi pevnou a odolnou přízi.

Úplety získají neopakovatelný vzhled přírodního lnu doprovázený jemným leskem. Příze DROPS Bomull-Lin je obzvlášť vhodná na lehké letní oděvy a doplňky.

Barevná škála je inspirována krásnými přírodními barvami lnu po sklizni. Z příze Bomull-Lin můžete vytvořit různorodé modely jako jsou např. tuniky, topy i mnoho jiných základních typů oděvu.

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1) What type of fibers make the DROPS yarns?

Yarn can be made from a large number of natural and synthetic fibers. DROPS carries mainly yarns made from wool, cotton, alpaca, linen, mohair and silk. Each fiber type has its own qualities, and they are often mixed to take advantage of the best properties of each one. Coarse yarn has the advantage of being stronger and more durable, and finer fibers offer more softness and comfort. Here a bit about the main fibers we carry:

Alpaca fleece is the natural fiber harvested from an alpaca, and it is similar in structure to sheep wool fiber. Its softness comes from the small diameter of the fiber, similar to merino wool. It is a soft, durable, luxurious and silky natural fiber. Yarn made from alpaca fibers does not felt or pill easily, and it can be light or heavy in weight, depending on how it is spun. While similar to sheep’s wool, it is warmer, not prickly, and has no lanolin, which makes it hypoallergenic. Alpacas come in 22 natural colors, with more than 300 shades from a true-blue black through browns-black, browns, white, silver and rose-greys.

This fiber comes from the Angora goats, and it's considered a luxury fiber. Mohair yarn is warm as wool, but much lighter in weight; it is durable, dyes well and does not felt easily. Mohair fibers have also a distinctive luster created by the way they reflect light. Despite being a hard fiber, mohair is usually spun into a very fluffy yarn, resulting in airy and lustrous garments.

The wool fibers come from the skin of sheep and are relatively coarse fibers. Two striking characteristics of wool are its susceptibility to heat and its felting property, which is caused by the scales on the surface. Depending upon the breed of sheep, the appearance of the wool varies.
Wool from Merino sheep is considered the finest type of wool, having as characteristics that is finely crimped and soft. All the Merino wool in the DROPS yarns has its origins in South America, coming from sheep that have not been subject to Mulesing.
Pure new wool is wool made directly from animal fleece, and not recycled from existing wool garments. Machine washable wool is wool treated chemically to minimize the outer fuzzy layer of the fibers, and be therefore fitable for machine wash (see Superwash).

The silk fiber is a fine continuous fiber produced from the cocoon of a moth caterpillar known as the silkworm. While silkworm is cultivated, the wild or tussah silk is obtained from uncultivated silkworm cocoons. Silk fiber is one of the strongest natural fibers and makes a wonderful knitting yarn. It blends really well with other fibers, especially wool. Silk also dyes beautifully with natural dyes.

Vegetable fibers:
There are several varieties of vegetable fibers, found in the cell walls of plants or vegetables. Of all the varieties, two are recognized as major knitted or textile fibers. They are cotton and linen.
Cotton is the fiber surrounding the seeds in a cotton pod, and it is almost pure cellulose. Cotton is usually white in color but there are green and brown varieties as well. The cotton fiber is most often spun into yarn or thread and used to make a soft, breathable textile that is good for summer clothing and accessories, making a weaker yarn than silk or linen but stronger than wool.
Mercerized cotton is cotton that has been through a mercerization treatment. This treatment gives cotton fabrics and threads a lustrous yarn that is more lustrous than conventional cotton. It is also stronger, takes dye a little more readily, makes the yarn more resistant to mildew and reduces lint. It also may not shrink or lose its shape as much as "regular" cotton.
Linen is a fiber derived from the stalk of the flax plant that is durable and stronger than any other fiber. The linen fiber is relatively soft, straight and lustrous and becomes more beautiful with age. Linen is more comfortable to wear in hot temperatures than cotton, due to the fact that it absorbs moisture better and dries more quickly.

Other materials used in our yarns include synthetic fibers such as acrylic, viscose, polyamide (nylon) and polyester. These fibers are used mostly to give strength to a yarn (like our sock yarn, DROPS Fabel) or a special kind of structure (like our blown yarn, DROPS Air).


2) What is polyamide?

The polyamide fibre, commonly known as nylon, is very strong, durable, lightweight, easy to care for (can be machine washed and dried), and elastic, which makes it perfect for blending with other fibres to produce hard-wearing yarns like sock yarn.

Compared to polyester, polyamide is softer and more flexible, but it also absorbs more water and dries slower.


3) What type of information can I find on the DROPS yarn labels?

All DROPS yarn labels include information about fiber content (wool, cotton, etc.), weight in grams and ounces, length in meters and yards, washing instructions and symbols (explained here), color number, dye lot number and yarn group information.


4) What are the DROPS yarn groups?

All DROPS yarns are classified into 6 different thickness groups (A to F). Yarns in a same group have similar knitting tension/gauge, and can therefore be interchanged in patterns; however the length may be different, so when substituting always calculate the amount of meters/yards needed for the pattern to know the amount of yarn you need to get.


5) Can I use a different yarn than the one mentioned in the pattern?

Yes, as long as the yarn can be worked in the same knitting tension/gauge. Always swatch to make sure you get the same number of stitches in width and rows in height as given in the pattern.

Remember that different yarns with different textures, will give the garment different looks. The yardage/length may also be different, so when substituting always calculate the number of yards needed, in order to know the amount of yarn you need.

Read more about how to calculate the amount of an alternative yarn - and how to replace 1 thread of a yarn with 2 or more of another, here.


6) What does it mean when a yarn is “Superwash”?

A superwash wool is a special wool product that has been treated or processed in a way that allows it to be machine washable. Many people are afraid to work with wool because it is so easy to shrink (though some shrink wool on purpose) and superwash wool can allow them to work with great fibers without worry. (Read more here).


7) What does “Oeko-Tex® certified” means?

The Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 was introduced at the beginning of the 1990s as a response to the needs of the general public for textiles which posed no risk to health. The Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 is a globally uniform testing and certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate and end products at all stages of production. The test for harmful substances comprise substances which are prohibited or regulated by law, chemicals which are known to be harmful to health, and parameters which are included as a precautionary measure to safeguard health.

For more info go to www.oeko-tex.com


8) Where are the DROPS yarns produced?

You can read about where all DROPS yarns are produced in each of the yarns shade cards and in our price list.


9) Why are your yarns so cheap?

As Northern Europe's largest brand of hand knitting yarns and designs, we have unique opportunities to work with the very best raw materials and make savings that benefit you. That's why you can buy DROPS yarn 20-30% cheaper than similar products!


10) How accurate are the colours on the shade cards online?

When obtaining images for the shade card, we do our best to achieve the highest level of color accuracy. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee how images will appear on your computer screen. Every monitor displays color differently, some colors might look darker than they really are, and some colors might be more saturated on some screens. If you experience that many of the yarn colors looks different on your screen than the actual color of the skeins, you can adjust the setting on your monitor.


11) What is a micron? What does super fine / extra fine mean?

The fineness of yarn fibers is measured in microns (thousands of millimeters). Super fine alpaca wool is 26-28 microns. Fine merino wool is less than 21.5 microns and extra fine merino is under 19.5 microns. The less microns the softer and more delicate a quality can be, the more microns the more hard wear the quality will be.

The reason why the microns in a yarn’s fibers are important is that the yarn will eventually become something else, and how delicate or coarse a yarn is will determine in part what we use it for. That’s why we recommend the softest yarns (like DROPS Baby Merino) for baby clothing, or why we choose to use a more hard wear yarn like DROPS Snow, for a seating pad or slipper.


12) Why are the colours in my skeins of print yarn different?

The reason why two skeins of a same print yarn look different can be 1) that both skeins are part of different dye lots; 2) that the skeins have been dyed using a technique called "magic print" (the one used for example in DROPS Delight), which provides unique patterns and smooth colour transitions to each skein, meaning also that within one dye lot, lighter or darker varieties might appear. This is no fault or defect, but part of the yarn's character.


13) My store doesn’t have the colour I want, what can I do?

If your DROPS store doesn’t have the yarn colour you want, try contacting a DROPS Super Store (the ones with the golden badges) - they will make sure to get a hold of the colour even if they don’t have it in stock themselves. See a list of all DROPS stores here.


14) Where can I find a specific dye lot of a colour?

Always try contacting your DROPS store first. If they do not have the dye lot you want we recommend you to ask other knitters and crocheters in the DROPS Workshop in Facebook or Ravelry, which may have the dye lot in their stash and might be willing to part from it.


15) Why does my yarn shed?

Yarn sheds because there's not enough twist to hold all of the fibers together. All yarns have excess fibers (from production) that might come off as lint or shedding, in varied degrees that depend on how the yarn is spun. Brushed yarns ("hairier" yarns) like DROPS Melody, have more of these loose fibers than other yarns, and therefore shed more. Shedding also depends on what is worn under or over the garment, and whether this pulls at the yarn fibers. It’s therefore not possible to guarantee that there will be no shedding.

Below are some tips on how to get the best result when working with hairier yarns:

  • When the garment is finished (before you wash it) shake it vigorously so the looser hairs come off. NOTE: do NOT use a lint roller, brush or any method that pulls at the yarn.
  • Place the garment in a plastic bag and put it in your freezer - the temperature will cause the fibers to become less attached to each other, and excess fibers will come off easier. Leave in the freezer for a few hours before taking it out and shaking it again.
  • Wash the garment according to the instructions on the yarn label. Garments worked with hairier yarns usually need to be shaken once dry after washing, so that the hairs rise and any excess fibers can come off.


Komentáře / Otázky (94)

country flag Drops Bomull-lin 12.09.2021 - 17:31:

Finns det färgprover på garnet?

user icon DROPS Design 13.09.2021 kl. 09:32:

Hei. Nei, vi har ingen fargeprøve vi sender ut. Ta kontakt med din nærmeste butikk og hør om de har dette garnet inne og den fargen du ønsker å se. mvh DROPS design

country flag Sharon 17.06.2021 - 09:11:

I just pulled a few metres in half and worked a crochet sample . Its beautiful . Please make it thinner, people can always work 2 strands to get the original thickness, this is loosely plied anyway.

country flag Sharon 17.06.2021 - 08:15:

I'd like this better if it were thinner. 120m instead of 85 would allow for more detailed crochet and knit stitches and be thinner for summer clothing. This is perfect for bags and hats though.

country flag Robyn 08.06.2021 - 02:33:

Dear DROPS, Is it possible to have your yarns posted to Australia?

user icon DROPS Design 08.06.2021 kl. 08:55:

Dear Robyn, please find list of DROPS stores shipping worldwide here. Happy knitting!

country flag Jane Cheeseman 31.05.2021 - 11:52:

I am still relatively new to crocheting but i really like the look of this yarn. Could it be used to make a summer blanket?

user icon DROPS Design 01.06.2021 kl. 09:42:

Dear Mrs Cheeseman, you can but it wouldn't be as soft as Cotton - see a selection of blankets in Cotton yarns here. Happy crocheting!

country flag Diana 15.05.2021 - 10:44:

Jammer dat het resultaat tegenvalt. Deze draad breit vlotjes, maar het eindresultaat valt wel tegen. Elke fout (knoop) in de draad zie je, overal waar je een nieuw bolletje begonnen bent lijkt het of je fouten maakte. Als je de tuniek (die ik maakte) een keer droeg, moet je hem wassen om opnieuw in model te krijgen. Erg jammer, het enthousiasme bij het beginnen breien met deze draad (die hoewel aangenaam breit) is nu wel erg bekoeld.

country flag Moniks 10.04.2021 - 11:21:

Liebes drops Team, färbt das Garn ? Möchte einen blau - weiß gestreiften Pulli stricken. Habe aber Angst, daß die blaue Wolle färbt und die Arbeit dann umsonst war. Herzliche Grüße von Mo

user icon DROPS Design 12.04.2021 kl. 12:47:

Liebe Moniks, hier lesen Sie mehr über dunkle Farben; Ihr DROPS Laden hat sicher noch mehr Tipps für Sie. Viel Spaß beim stricken!

country flag Bea Haveman 06.04.2021 - 13:56:

Hallo Ik zoek de Bomull Lin, kleur 11, dyelot 851. Hoe weet ik wat het verfbadnummer is als ik bij jullie bestel? Alvast bedankt. Groet, Bea Haveman

country flag Bea Haveman 06.04.2021 - 13:26:

Hallo, Ik zoek de Bomull Lin, kleur 11, dyelot 851. Kan ik ook zelf zien wat het verfbad nummer is van wat jullie verkopen? Groet, Bea Haveman

user icon DROPS Design 11.04.2021 kl. 14:22:

Dag Bea,

Voor vragen over kleurnummers, verfbaden etc, kun je het beste even contact opnemen met de winkel waar je de garens koopt. Hier vind je een lijst met verkooppunten.

country flag Carla Glänzer 04.04.2021 - 19:09:

Goedemiddag,waar kan ik het verfbadnummer vinden ,ik kom een bol tekort Bomull-Lin Colour15 Dyelot3214. Hoop dat u die nog heeft. Groet,Carla 0627412607

user icon DROPS Design 11.04.2021 kl. 14:36:

Dag Carla,

Voor vragen over beschikbaarheid van kleuren en verfbaden van bepaalde garens, kun je het beste even contact opnemen met de winkel waar je de garens besteld hebt.

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