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HEARTS Hand-Knitted Merino Wool Baby Blanket

HEARTS Hand-Knitted Merino Wool Baby Blanket

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HEARTS Hand-Knitted Merino Wool Baby Blanket is design by Olga Begak. HEARTS knitting pattern for DK yarn is available here

This hand-knitted afghan is made of 100% superwash treated extra fine merino from free-range animals in South America, DROPS Merino Extra Fine, in light brown mix #07 color.

The main characteristics of this yarn are the softness, volume, elasticity and even result, which makes it ideal for knitting structured patterns such as cables. The yarn is also superwash treated and therefore machine washable and suitable for everyday use. The yarn is spun from multiple thin strands, which gives the yarn extra elasticity. Is this special construction that makes it extra important to treat the garment right: make sure that you knit with the correct tension and rather use a tight tension than loose. Merino wool is amazingly soft, lightweight, breathable and active fiber that reacts to changes in body temperature and discourages sweating, so the blanket can be used the whole year around.

This yarn has an Oeko-Tex® certification (certificate № 25.3.0110), Standard 100, Class 1. This means that it has been tested and found completely free from harmful chemicals and that it is safe for human use. Class 1 is the highest level and it means the yarn is suitable for baby articles (ages 0–3).

SIZE: approx. 37” × 38” | 94 × 96 cm

WEIGHT: 19.6 oz | 555 g

MATERIALS: 100% superwash treated extra fine merino wool.

CARE: Machine wash on gentle cycle warm 40°C | 104F. Don’t use fabric softener. Dry flat.

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