DROPS Snow

Excellent for felting!

from:

2.30$

per 1.8 oz

Content: 100% Wool
Yarn Group: E (9 - 11 stitches) / 14 ply / super bulky
Weight/yardage: 1.8 oz (50 g) = approx 55 yds (50 m)
Recommended needle size: US 13 / 9 mm
Gauge: 4" x 4" / 10 x 10 cm = 10 sts x 14 rows
Care: Hand Wash, cold max 30°C / 86F. Dry Flat / Feltable

Made in: EU

This yarn has an Oeko-Tex® certification (certificate number 25.3.0099), Standard 100, Class I from the INNOVATEXT TEXTILE ENGINEERING AND TESTING, HUNGARY. This means that is has been tested for harmful substances and is considered safe in human-ecological terms. Class I is the highest level, and it means the yarn is suitable for baby articles (ages 0-3).

Yarn type
Deals from
DROPS Snow
uni colour
2.30 USD
n/a

Stores selling this yarn online

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Store name Price
Purple Sheep Yarns
Webstore
2.30 USD
50g
Order
Wool Warehouse Direct Ltd
Webstore
2.30 USD
50g
Order

Check here if your local store has it in stock.

DROPS Snow
mix
2.65 USD
n/a

Stores selling this yarn online

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Store name Price
Purple Sheep Yarns
Webstore
2.65 USD
50g
Order
Wool Warehouse Direct Ltd
Webstore
2.65 USD
50g
Order

Check here if your local store has it in stock.

DROPS Snow
print
2.75 USD
n/a

Stores selling this yarn online

Click on the Order button and you'll be redirected to the DROPS retailer's own web store to place your order.

Store name Price
Purple Sheep Yarns
Webstore
2.75 USD
50g
Order
Wool Warehouse Direct Ltd
Webstore
2.75 USD
50g
Order

Check here if your local store has it in stock.

58 Colours in DROPS Snow

off white
uni colour 01
marshmallow
uni colour 102
chalk
uni colour 88
light grey
uni colour 53
medium grey
uni colour 46
dark grey
uni colour 14
dark brown
uni colour 03
toffee
uni colour 90
bark
mix 23
nougat
mix 48
clay
mix 89
powder
uni colour 13
light beige
mix 47
peanut
uni colour 93
lemonade
uni colour 106
yellow
uni colour 24
curry
mix 85
tangerine
uni colour 101
copper
mix 86
orange
uni colour 07
autumn leaves
uni colour 96
crimson red
uni colour 08
christmas red
uni colour 56
magenta
uni colour 105
hot pink
uni colour 26
mulberry purple
uni colour 10
bordeaux
uni colour 94
maroon
uni colour 95
mauve
mix 83
powder pink
uni colour 51
pastel pink
uni colour 30
peony pink
mix 36
old pink
uni colour 09
grape
uni colour 91
lavender
uni colour 54
navy blue
uni colour 57
dark blue
uni colour 15
blue shadow
mix 21
light blue
uni colour 12
peacock blue
mix 84
fog
mix 87
dew
uni colour 52
pastel blue
uni colour 31
aquamarine
mix 37
sea green
uni colour 66
north sea
uni colour 99
petrol
uni colour 05
cobalt blue
uni colour 104
dark petrol
mix 100
sage green
uni colour 98
hot green
uni colour 25
parrot green
uni colour 103
apple green
uni colour 29
olive
uni colour 06
dark ivy
uni colour 97
dark moss
uni colour 92
deep forest green
uni colour 22
black
uni colour 02

Product information

*DROPS Snow is the new name for DROPS Eskimo

DROPS Snow is a soft, thick and easy to use single stranded yarn spun from 100% pure wool, that results in warm and comfortable garments, and that is ideal for felting. The wool fibers used in this yarn are untreated, which means that it is only washed and not exposed to any chemical treatment prior to the dyeing. This highlights the fiber’s natural properties, while it also provides a better shape and texture quality.

A really popular winter yarn, DROPS Snow is available in 2 different types of shades: uni colour, a selection of solid colors and mix, where more than one color is carded together before spinning for a mixed effect.

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Please be aware that the colours shown may vary from screen to screen in the same way that shades may vary slightly from dye lot to dye lot.

How do I care for this yarn?

yarn wash

Hand Wash, cold max 30°C / 86F. Dry Flat

See the washing symbols explanation

Read more about washing yarn

How can I replace this yarn?

If you are looking to replace this yarn with another DROPS yarn, you can use another yarn within the same yarn group, or try our yarn converter!

Want to get a closer look?

Take a closer look at the yarn and see how a knitted sample looks in this video:

Thinking about felting this yarn?

See how this yarn looks before and after felting:

Before
After

Needles: 9.00 mm
Before: 10 sts x 14 rows
After: 13 sts x 26 rows

Read more about felting here

Do you have a question about this yarn?

See a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) about our yarns.

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 offers more softness and comfort. Here a bit about the main fibers we carry:

Alpaca:
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.

Mohair:
This fiber comes from the Angora goats, and its 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.

Wool:
The wool fibers comes 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).

Silk:
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.

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.

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.

12) Why are the colors 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 color 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 color I want, what can I do?

If your DROPS store doesn’t have the yarn color you want, try contacting a DROPS Super Store (the ones with the golden badges) - they will make sure to get a hold of the color 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 color?

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.
Have a problem with the DROPS yarn you purchased? When you purchase yarn from the shade cards or patterns on our site, you are not buying directly from DROPS but from one of the hundreds of DROPS stores around the world. It is therefore important that you take contact with the DROPS store where you bought the yarn, and that you save the labels of all the skeins you purchased (they are your warranty). The DROPS store you contact will assist you and escalate the claim if necessary. Find a list of DROPS stores here.

Comments / Questions (341)

country flag Renata wrote:

Hei. Går det ikke an å kjøpe Snow tweed farge 74,76,79? Er dette garnet utgått?

28.11.2022 - 22:33:

country flag NICOLAS Monique wrote:

Bonjour, Je souhaite commande de la laine Snow bleu. Entre les coloris 15 et 57 lequel est le plus foncé ? Merci de votre réponse Cordialement Monique

11.11.2022 - 10:13:

DROPS Design answered:

Bonjour Mme Nicolas, pour toute aide au choix d'une couleur, merci de bien vouloir contacter directement votre magasin DROPS, il saura vous aider et vous conseiller, même par mail ou téléphone. Bon tricot!

14.11.2022 kl. 11:15:

country flag Sarah M wrote:

Hallo, Ich benötige dringend Tipps für das (erfolgreiche) entfernen von Pilling und Knötchen, speziell für die DROPS Snow. Vielen herzlichen Dank für die Hilfe! Herzliche Grüße, Sarah

19.10.2022 - 13:04:

DROPS Design answered:

Liebe Sarah M, Lose Fasern haben die natürliche Tendenz, sich an die Oberfläche eines Stoffes zu bewegen, wo sie der Reibung ausgesetzt sind, was dazu führt, dass sich die Fasern zu kleinen Kugeln verdrehen. Fasern, die noch auf dem Stoff befestigt sind, werden ebenfalls zu einem Knäuel verdreht, wodurch die Pille auf der Oberfläche des Stoffes befestigt wird. Nach und nach sind es keine lose Fasern mehr. Sicher hat Ihr DROPS Händler weitere Tipp für Sie - gerne können Sie sich dort mal fragen. Viel Spaß beim stricken!

20.10.2022 kl. 10:32:

country flag Stephanie wrote:

Is dit Peruaanse hoogland wol? Prikt het of is het zachte wol? Peruaanse hoogland wol prik ook nauwelijks toch?

18.10.2022 - 16:44:

DROPS Design answered:

Dag Stephanie,

Doordat het lontwol is vindt ik SNOW iets meer kriebelen/prikken dan andere wol van DROPS, maar over het algemeen prikken de garens van DROPS weinig. Het prikken of kriebelen heeft meer te maken met hoe harig de wol is.

26.10.2022 kl. 19:22:

country flag Cathy Russell wrote:

None of them, as far as I can see, ship to Australia. Do yiu know if anyone who does? Please, please stop sending me autogenerated answers and actually answer my question. Thank yiu.

20.06.2022 - 09:50:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Russel, you will find the list of DROPS Stores shipping worldwide, including to Australia here, the first one of this list, Wool Warehouse Direct Ltd for example does. Just email them for any further informations. Happy knitting!

21.06.2022 kl. 10:41:

country flag Cathy Russell wrote:

Hi. Do you know of anyone who stocks drops snow lemonade 106 and shipped to Australia?

20.06.2022 - 01:57:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Russel, please feel free to contact your DROPS Store shipping worldwide - visit their website and feel free to contact them by mail for any further assistance. Happy knitting!

20.06.2022 kl. 08:25:

country flag Catherine Russell wrote:

Hi where can get some drops snow lemonade and drops snow light greY? Do you ship to Australia?

19.06.2022 - 09:36:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Catherine, Lemonade is a new colour, so it may not be available in all stores yet. Light grey should be available. We recommend you contact our DROPS stores to see if they have this colours available; you can check a list of DROPS stores that ship worldwide here: https://www.garnstudio.com/findastore.php?id=19&w=1&cid=19

19.06.2022 kl. 16:44:

country flag Debora wrote:

Why does the quality of the Snow yarn differ that much from the Eskimo yarn? I have used them both and Snow is everything but a good quality yarn. Not worth buying.

13.06.2022 - 09:54:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Debora, Snow is the new name for Eskimo so the quality is exactly the same, but would you think the one you bought got some defaults or mistakes, please report these to your DROPS Stores with all possible informations, thanks in advance. Happy knitting!

13.06.2022 kl. 12:12:

country flag Beate Heidenreich wrote:

Hvordan behandles sauene hvor ullen kommer fra? Hvordan er det med muelsing, blir sauene utsatt for det?

27.05.2022 - 18:48:

DROPS Design answered:

Hei Beate. Ullen vår kommer fra Sør-Amerika hvor det er garantert at det ikke forekommer mulesing. Du kan lese mer under Garn & Pinner og BÆREKRAFT, der finner du mer informasjon om våre Samarbeidspartnere, Råvarer, Oeko-tex, REACH, DIY og Slow fashion. mvh DROPS Design

30.05.2022 kl. 07:47:

country flag Gudny Nilssen wrote:

Hei.Skal strikke villmarkgenser m poter i str.M,ikke høy hals.Skal strikke i Drops Snow Eskimo…..Bolen i blåfiolett nr.21.Det hvite feltet m potene på i kritt nr.88.Potene i karri nr.85.Mønsterfarven i sjøgrønn nr.66.Mye garn trenger jeg av de forskjellige fargene i Drops Snow Eskimo? Mvh..Gudny Nilssen Tlf.91557938

23.05.2022 - 17:49:

DROPS Design answered:

Hej Gudny, her finder du dame gensere med nordisk mønster i DROPS Snow - du kan sammenligne målene for den du vil strikke :) DROPS Snow - gensere - dame - nordisk mønster

25.05.2022 kl. 13:44:

country flag Mona Paulsen wrote:

Hei har dere inne drops snow i farge nr47( lys beige)

15.03.2022 - 17:55:

DROPS Design answered:

Hej Mona. Vi har den på lager hos oss. Ta gärna kontakt med en av våra forhandlere för att se om du kan köpa den hos dem. Mvh DROPS Design

17.03.2022 kl. 14:57:

country flag Heather Sheriff wrote:

How many yards or meters are there per ball of Drops Snow?

14.03.2022 - 18:41:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Sheriff, DROPS Snow is approx. 55 yards/50 m - read more under header. Happy knitting!

15.03.2022 kl. 10:43:

country flag Monika wrote:

What is the micron count of this yarn (Snow)?

02.03.2022 - 15:08:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Monika, Snow is 29-30 micron. Happy knitting!

04.03.2022 kl. 14:30:

country flag Shelly wrote:

Hi - Please delete my question from the Drops Snow page. It was not meant to be published on your website.

08.02.2022 - 14:12:

country flag Shelly Meinhardt wrote:

Is it possible to order Drops Snow yarn directly from your online store? I can't find it at any U.S. retailers, and the only online retailers listed here on your site are in the U.K. Shipping from the U.K. would be too expensive. I would love to buy from a local yarn shop but none of them carry it. Thank you, Shelly Meinhardt

07.02.2022 - 16:38:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Meinhardt, we do not sell directly yarn, you should order from one of our stores shipping to USA here. Don't hesitate to check their website or contact them for any further information. Happy knitting!

08.02.2022 kl. 09:57:

country flag Marie wrote:

Har stickat en koftkavaj i Eskimo tidigare. Är nystanen Snow och Eskimo likvärdigt i vikt och längd. I mitt mönster står bara antal nystan.

07.02.2022 - 08:51:

DROPS Design answered:

Hei Marie. Det er kun navnet som er forandret. Kvaliteten DROPS Eskimo og DROPS Snow er helt identiske. mvh DROPS Design

07.02.2022 kl. 09:54:

country flag Zoe wrote:

I've been using this yarn and so far two of the three yarn balls have not been a complete single length, rather two strands knotted together. These knots are a real problem for my project and are making it more difficult and less beautiful than it should be. I'm not that experienced a knitter, but I've never encountered this before. Is this a normal feature of this yarn?

06.02.2022 - 20:50:

DROPS Design answered:

DearZoe, We apologize for this inconvenience, but even though we know from experience that knots are unpleasant when crocheting/knitting, unfortunately they may occur despite all the care taken in the production of our yarns, since the yarn itself is not infinite. We recommend that you unravel the yarn at the knot and then join it as you would a new ball of yarn, so that you have nice transition as you would when changing balls. For more information, please contact your DROPS store. Happy knitting!

07.02.2022 kl. 11:59:

country flag Sonca Lengoc wrote:

Is the Drops Snow yarn soft or scratchy/rough?

27.01.2022 - 19:42:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Lengoc, DROPS Snow is soft, but everyone has a different sensitivity, so do not hesitate to contact your DROPS Store, they will help you choosing the best matching yarn, even per mail or telephone. Happy knitting!

28.01.2022 kl. 09:45:

country flag Beverly wrote:

Hi. I have a pattern for cardigan that requires 2 strands of Drops Air. Would it be comparable if I used 1 strand of Drops Snow?

26.01.2022 - 23:56:

DROPS Design answered:

Hi Beverly, it will be comparable (Air is from C group, C+C= E, Snow is from E group). Happy knitting!

27.01.2022 kl. 08:48:

country flag Ela wrote:

Hello. What kind of wool is? Drops Snow. Please answer the question. what sheep is the yarn of.????? This is merino? from which sheep the wool is derived?

19.01.2022 - 04:25:

DROPS Design answered:

Hi Ela. It is not merino, it is ordinary sheep wool. Happy knitting!

21.01.2022 kl. 14:32:

country flag Kristina Aronsson wrote:

Hej! Söker ersättningsgarn för Eskimo drops, 100% ull för stickor 9. Färg 002, parti 9312. Är drops snow rätt då? Är mitt i en halskrage med det gamla garnet och behöver nu mer.

11.01.2022 - 13:39:

DROPS Design answered:

Hej Kristina. DROPS Snow är det nya namnet på DROPS Eskimo. Du kan ta kontakt med våra återförsäljare för att se om någon har det partiet på lager alternativt eftersök det i vår facebookgrupp DROPS Workshop. Mvh DROPS Design

11.01.2022 kl. 13:57:

country flag Ela wrote:

What kind of wool is?

09.01.2022 - 21:31:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Ela, you will find the description at the very top of the page, for more info, you are welcome to contact your DROPS store, they will help you even per mail or telephone. Happy knitting!

10.01.2022 kl. 09:40:

country flag Lionina Gurina wrote:

Do you mail your yarn to US?

04.01.2022 - 16:23:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Gurina, please find the list of DROPS stores shipping to US here. Happy knitting!

05.01.2022 kl. 08:30:

country flag Anna Helena wrote:

Hej! Jag hittade ingen email att kontakta med generella frågor. Jag har länge varit förtjust i drops garner och köpt olika varianter under rätt lång tid. Nyligen började jag sticka mer och i samma veva kom frågan upp hur garnerna egentligen är producerade. Så jag skulle gärna få lite info om varifrån ullen från får, alpacka osv kommer ifrån? Och hur är era krav på miljövänlighet och djurskydd, gällande hållning och hantering av djuren? Tack! Anna Helena

03.01.2022 - 23:42:

DROPS Design answered:

Hei Anna. Under alle kvaliteter vil du finne informasjon om hvor garnet kommer fra og de som er Oeko-Tex® sertifisering, Standard 100, Class I, kan du søke videre med sertifikant nr (nr finner du under hver kvalitet som har Oeko-Tex® sertifisering). Både når det gjelder miljøvennlighet og dyrhold skal våre leverandørene holde høy standard, med de lover og regler de er blitt pålagt å overholde. mvh DROPS Design

04.01.2022 kl. 10:25:

country flag Lou Hearnesberger wrote:

I love the Rose Bubbles Jacket # 227-23. My question is: the pattern calls for size 11 and size 10.75 needles...the 10.75 are an unusual size...can I use a size 10 needles to replace the 10.75 needles or is it imperative I use the 10.75 needles? Thank you so much, Lou

19.12.2021 - 17:35:

DROPS Design answered:

Dear Mrs Hearnesberger, you should have a tension of 11 sts x 15 rows with needle size 8 mm / US 11 and a tension of 12 sts x 16 rows with smaller needle, sie size 7 mm / US 10.75. Hope it will help, happy knitting!

20.12.2021 kl. 08:58:

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