Mirasol Nuna Yarn

Mirasol Nuna Yarn

3 reviews

Mirasol

E-NUN-46

This sport weight yarn is made with wool from the animals bred by local communities for generations in Peru.  You will love holding and working with this super soft fiber with amazing sheen and spectacular color depth.  Each yarn purchase supports the local Peruvian shepherds and their families ensuring the continuation of this tradition.

... Read More
1 item left
Color
Coral 46
Palm Leaf 68

Next

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews
5 Based on 3 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
Paradise Fibers Mirasol Nuna Yarn Review
03/28/2017

Marisol nuna yarn

Love this yarn. Soft. Very libelous to knit with.

JK
Jennifer k.
United States
Paradise Fibers Mirasol Nuna Yarn ReviewParadise Fibers Mirasol Nuna Yarn Review
03/19/2017

Mirasol Nuna!

I love working with Mirasol Nuna--the colors are beautiful and the yarn is so soft and easy to work with. Perfect for mittens.

KG
Kristine G.
United States
04/14/2017

Premium Customer Service

Easy to order, and I had my order in 3 days at no express shipping costs!

TS
Thea S.
United States
Facebook retargeting pixel

Product Details

This sport weight yarn is made with wool from the animals bred by local communities for generations in Peru.  You will love holding and working with this super soft fiber with amazing sheen and spectacular color depth.  Each yarn purchase supports the local Peruvian shepherds and their families ensuring the continuation of this tradition.

Product Information

Fiber Content:40% Wool, 40% Silk and 20% Bamboo Viscose
Weight:50 grams (sport)
Length:191 yards
Needle Size:US 3
Knitting Gauge:24.0 sts = 4 inches
Care: Hand wash and lay flat to dry.

Background

Peru’s heritage and culture of textiles artistry is one of the richest in the world.  It all begins in the highlands where Alpaca and Wool shepherds tender their animals in the Peruvian Sierra, growing the fine hair and wool that helps to create beautiful and soft yarns for hand knitting.