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Marling

This new collection of marled yarn plays with color in a unique way! An effect on your knits that only marling can offer.

To do this, we dye the single ply with natural dyes before coupling and twisting them. It is a true artcraft to hand-dye such fine threads!

Algodón de Frontera is pure agroecological cotton from the NO¨OXONEC experience, a project that marks a milestone in the recomposition of productive systems damaged by the use of agrotoxics.

It is an incredibly soft fiber! It comes from native seeds, without genetic modification, which are recovered after each harvest for a new production cycle. No agrochemicals are used in its production. 

Hand-dyed with natural dyes. Available in its natural unbleached color and in pastel hues.

Weight: 100g, Sport weight

Meterage: 230 mts (251 yd) /100 grs

Needles: 3mm a 4,5mm (US 3 - US 7)

Care: hand wash with cold water and neutral soap, dry horizontally and in the shade, do not twist.

Learn more about the origin of this fiber in our BLOG.

Algodón de Frontera Jazz Sport

$10.00 USD
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Algodón de Frontera Jazz Sport $10.00 USD

Marling

This new collection of marled yarn plays with color in a unique way! An effect on your knits that only marling can offer.

To do this, we dye the single ply with natural dyes before coupling and twisting them. It is a true artcraft to hand-dye such fine threads!

Algodón de Frontera is pure agroecological cotton from the NO¨OXONEC experience, a project that marks a milestone in the recomposition of productive systems damaged by the use of agrotoxics.

It is an incredibly soft fiber! It comes from native seeds, without genetic modification, which are recovered after each harvest for a new production cycle. No agrochemicals are used in its production. 

Hand-dyed with natural dyes. Available in its natural unbleached color and in pastel hues.

Weight: 100g, Sport weight

Meterage: 230 mts (251 yd) /100 grs

Needles: 3mm a 4,5mm (US 3 - US 7)

Care: hand wash with cold water and neutral soap, dry horizontally and in the shade, do not twist.

Learn more about the origin of this fiber in our BLOG.