Yarn Review: FibraNatura Flax Yarn
Hello Knitters. It's Donna, the Knitting Doctor and I'm here to share another of my favorite spring and summer fibers. This one I like to refer to as the Fine Wine Of Fibers. Yes! it is and that's no exaggeration. Fibra Natura Flax Yarn (100% linen) not only does not deteriorate or pill over time, but very much like fine wine it blooms and softens with wearing. And if that's not enough, how about easy care machine washable and durability too.
Hand And Definition
Take a look at the image above. You can almost feel the crispness of the unknitted fiber and picture the definition you'll get.
The next image is of a facecloth project. There's the stitch definition and see how nicely the ruffle presents? Looks good, and this one was washed and reshaped a couple of times. That's how nice your project will remain.
For larger projects you'll get a nice drape, too.
- Fiber Content: 100% Linen
- Yarn Weight: 50 gram ball
- Yardage/Ball: approx. 137 yards
- Knit Gauge: 5.25-6 sts per inch on US 5-7 needles
- Crochet Gauge: 3-4.25 sts per inch on US 7-I/9 crochet hooks
- Care: Machine washable
So that's my take on one of my seasonal favorites. Browse Fibra Natura Flax Yarn
- Donna, Your Friendly Knnitting Doctor