Fil Katia Duomo is a natural viscose-cotton tubular yarn manufactured in a warm and relaxing colour palette. This ultra soft spring/summer blend is from Fil Katia's Concept Collection. It is an OEKO-TEX® certified yarn, and according to the report, Duomo meets the global regulation GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals) standards and is suitable even for making underwear and sleepwear (it's PH is 4.5-5). This superb quality viscotton has a gentle touch of sheen, is very comfortable in knitting as well, and suitable for creating knitted or crocheted all-year-round jumpers and accessories, and some home decor articles: cushions, runners, baskets, macrame hangers. Due to its tubular structure, Duomo is stretchable and can definitely be used for making swimwear as well. At our store, Fil Katia Duomo is sold by bags of 10 balls.
* Similar yarn: Tencel-Cotton, Tropicalia, Cosmopolitan
FIBRE: 66% Viscose, 34% Cotton
Garment Care: Gentle hand wash in lukewarm water, dry flat in a correct shape away from direct sun.
YARN WEIGHT: Aran
TENSION: 10x10 cm (4"): 16 sts / 23 rows
NEEDLES: 4 - 5 mm (US № 6-8)
CROCHET HOOK: 3.5 - 4 mm (US № E-4/G-6)
LENGTH: approx. 100 m / 110 yds
BALL WEIGHT: 50g
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Price (CAD): $129.90 / bag of 10 balls
Special Order (5-6 business days to ship): 80 Opulent White, 81 Off White, 82 Sage Green, 83 Ceylon Cinnamon, 84 Camel, 85 Almond Milk, 86 Light Grey, 87 Lemon, 88 Amber, 89 Terracotta, 90 Bisque, 91 Anthracite, 92 Lagoon, 93 Sapphire, 94 Black
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OEKO-TEX® Certified means that you can be certain that every component of this article, i.e. every thread, button and other accessories, has been tested for harmful substances and that the article therefore is harmless in human ecological terms. Read more »