Eco Tweed DK

$18.00

Black
9 available
17 Leaf
8 available
Charcoal
8 available
Aqua
7 available
Gold
7 available
16 Marigold
6 available
Bark
5 available
13 Denim
5 available
Olive
5 available
Silver
5 available
Magenta
2 available
Teal
out of stock
Red
out of stock
Natural
out of stock

Eco Tweed DK is a wonderful yarn for use next to the skin – from sweaters and shawls, to classic accessories! Because the GOTS classes all shorn animal fibres as “wool” (which is also consistent with Canadian Government Textile Labelling Standards), we have to call it wool, but it’s actually 50% Wool, 25% Alpaca (whch accounts for the luxurious softness of this yarn) and 25% Cellulosic Viscose (Lyocell.) A little-known fact is that many viscose fibres are toxic to the environment – the viscose in Eco Tweed DK is very different! Using the Lyocell process, this viscose is completely benign and free of any toxic chemicals!

This product is GOTS Certified by OneCert (License No-ONE 3237)

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Eco Tweed DK is a wonderful yarn for use next to the skin – from sweaters and shawls, to classic accessories! Because the GOTS classes all shorn animal fibres as “wool” (which is also consistent with Canadian Government Textile Labelling Standards), we have to call it wool, but it’s actually 50% Wool, 25% Alpaca (whch accounts for the luxurious softness of this yarn) and 25% Cellulosic Viscose (Lyocell.) A little-known fact is that many viscose fibres are toxic to the environment – the viscose in Eco Tweed DK is very different! Using the Lyocell process, this viscose is completely benign and free of any toxic chemicals!

This product is GOTS Certified by OneCert (License No-ONE 3237)



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