Yak
Yak wool
10 Balls  

Limited edition
Reproducible on demand

50,00

Made in Italy

Maeko yarn made in our Biella yarn factory

Composition: 100% Mongolian Yak Wool in natural color

see description

5 in stock

Description

Titling: Nm 1/25.000

Suggested knitting needles: 4-5 mm

Color: natural undyed

Weight: Elbow 50g

Lenght: 125 m

Useful tips: once finished realizing the cloth with our balls of yarn we recommend to put it on a hanger and vaporize it with the iron.

This process makes it possible to uniform the tension between the stitches and the twist turns of the yarn, giving the finished garment a harmonious and compact appearance.

Washing info: hand wash at a maximum temperature of 30° and let dry on flat.

ADOPTED INDIRECT METRIC TITLING OR NUMBER:

Nm = L/P also called titration by length

N = L/P: that is, N is the amount of units of length L that are needed to form one unit of weight P

Nm: indicates how many meters of yarn there are in 1 gram.

For example: Nm 1 means 1 meter of yarn over 1 gram.

In this system the higher the title the thinner the thread.

Yarn titling

The count indicates the fineness of the yarn; the greater the fineness, the thinner the yarn and the higher the quality and value of the product.

The fineness of fibers, used to make the yarn, determines the characteristics of the yarns and products made.

There are several titration systems for measuring yarns the most widely used are:

Metric Numbering called Nm:

The value is obtained by measuring the length of the wire divided by its weight.

For example: Nm 1/10000 corresponds to 1000 mt of wire in 1Kg. The higher the count, the thinner the yarn. This system is generally applied for measuring in spinning wool, hemp, flax nettle etc..

English numbering called Ne:

The value is obtained by quantifying the number of skeins of yarn along 840 Yard (768 mt) to reach the weight of one Pound (454 g). This metric system is generally used in the garment of cotton spinning.

The conversion from Ne measurement to Nm is obtained by multiplying the value by 1.69.

Maeko uses Metric Numbering Nm