1 package = 10 x 50 grams balls
Luna is by far the longest running yarn in our collection, now available in as many as 54 melange colors.
At the time of writing there are over 100 knit and crochet projects on ravelry made with this yarn which you can see HERE (you must be a ravelry subscriber and membership is free)
Let’s make a list of the latest work that we think is most interesting
- Fall Sweater / Høstgenser by Anna & Heidi Pickles
- Anthology by tincanknits
- Offhand Lace by Caitlin ffrench
- 174-23 Silverwood by DROPS design
- Decemberist by Melanie Berg
- Popcorn shawl
- Winter Fruit by Ailbíona McLochlainn
Hiver Rouge by MariaGrazia Berno
Roses by Asimina Saranti
Colbertby Marieke van der Gronden
It is such a popular yarn among the ravelry community that it is credited with an average rating of 4.1 out of 5
This yarn is composed of several components and fibers that determine its color.
As you can see in the videos embedded below a single color is composed of 4 or 5 components
This is the first step in making this yarn: mix the components
Detail of the first step for the production of Luna yarn
The result is the reels whose tape includes the various different tapes
Here we are finally at the next step that will serve, through the use of combs, to make the color more uniform
This is what the tape looks like on the second pass
After the second pass we also make a third pass and put the fiber in jars before being spun on the spindle bench:
Many thanks to Maurizio Zumpano who allowed the filming to take place.