Wonderfull warm and soft poncho made of Frisenvang’s Baby/Royal alpaca wool. This poncho is one size fits all and can be used for children from age 5 as a long poncho or as a comforter for women. This is an ideal project for both new and more experienced knitters, it is knitted in Frisenvang’s extra thick yarn and on needle 8 and takes very little time to finish.
The poncho is knitted from top to bottom in 2 identical pieces and then sewn together at the sides.
The knitting kit contains knitting pattern and yarn to knit the poncho.
Frisenvang yarns are spun by hand and the amount of meters in a skein is not measured. This means that the yarn thickness and thus the amount of running meters are determined and estimated by the artisans in Marcapata. We can therefore not guarantee 100% that there are the stated amount of meters in a skein of Frisenvang yarn.
The handspinning might result in different thicknesses from skein to skein. Both the nature- and plant dyed yarns can change in colors from production to production but also from skein to skein. We always do our best to pack your order with yarns that are as similar as possible, but as Frisenvang yarns are unica products we don’t accept complaints related to differences in thicknesses or colors. There are however different “tricks” you can use to even out potential differences. It is therefore important to read the information material we enclose your yarn order.
Pls. be aware that the plant dyed yarns can have access colors and might color your hands when you knit or crochet with it. This is due to the fact, that the artisans in Marcapata use natron or natural aluminum stone to fix the colors. However this is not as effective as the conventional methods used at the factories. Our experience is, that access colors will be present when you wash the yarn for the first 2-3 times. To prevent any mistakes, we don’t recommend that you mix off-white yarns with our plantdyed yarns.
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