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Navia
Navia is a Faroese wool with a story to tell - a story of Nordic and islander tradition and craft. From Tradition – a rugged yarn for hard working seafarers, to Uno – a light and soft yarn, perfect for delicate heirlooms for home and baby, Navia yarns tell the story of the Faroe Islands. Navia yarns contains a wool mix of Australian lambswool, Shetlandic and Faroese wool as well as cotton and silk, making up a broad range of 1-ply, 2-ply and 3-ply knitting yarns, sock yarn and raw traditional Faroese yarn. The Navia sweaters similarly take inspiration from the traditional Faroese knitting culture, mixed with modern style trends.
Navia
Navia is a Faroese wool with a story to tell - a story of Nordic and islander tradition and craft. From Tradition – a rugged yarn for hard working seafarers, to Uno – a light and soft yarn, perfect for delicate heirlooms for home and baby, Navia yarns tell the story of the Faroe Islands. Navia yarns contains a wool mix of Australian lambswool, Shetlandic and Faroese wool as well as cotton and silk, making up a broad range of 1-ply, 2-ply and 3-ply knitting yarns, sock yarn and raw traditional Faroese yarn. The Navia sweaters similarly take inspiration from the traditional Faroese knitting culture, mixed with modern style trends.
Silkiull
$9.95

75% Wool, 25% Silk

190m / 50g ball    24 sts = 10cm on 3.50 – 4.00mm

Silkiull (Silk & Wool) is a very high-quality yarn from the Faroe Islands and has a lovely soft feel. It comes in natural shades and a large range of beautiful colours.

Deluxe Tradition
$18.

100% Faroese Wool  Aran/Worsted weight   100 gr / 200 mm

Gauge:  13 sts = 10cm (4″) using 5 – 6 mm needles

For more than a thousand years, the Faroese people have survived an uncontrollable climate in the heart of the tempestuous North Atlantic Ocean. Uncertain forecasts for the daily life of the Faroese – whether a fisherman, farmer or otherwise – have always brought about varied challenges. This has made the Faroese experts at utilizing the natural resources at their disposal. Here, the 70.000-odd sheep, grazing the 18 small islands, and still outnumbering the Faroese population by about a third, have proven to be particularly helpful, providing a significant advantage in the fight for survival, inspiring the centuries old custom of spinning wool into yarn, knitting and sewing – a tradition about making the most of the raw materials available.

Navia
Navia is a Faroese wool with a story to tell - a story of Nordic and islander tradition and craft. From Tradition – a rugged yarn for hard working seafarers, to Uno – a light and soft yarn, perfect for delicate heirlooms for home and baby, Navia yarns tell the story of the Faroe Islands. Navia yarns contains a wool mix of Australian lambswool, Shetlandic and Faroese wool as well as cotton and silk, making up a broad range of 1-ply, 2-ply and 3-ply knitting yarns, sock yarn and raw traditional Faroese yarn. The Navia sweaters similarly take inspiration from the traditional Faroese knitting culture, mixed with modern style trends.
Silkiull
75% Wool, 25% Silk 190m / 50g ball    24 sts = 10cm on 3.50 – 4.00mm Silkiull (Silk & Wool) is a very high-quality yarn from the Faroe Islands and has a lovely soft feel. It comes in natural shades and a large rang... Read More
Weight: Sport
$9.95
Deluxe Tradition
100% Faroese Wool  Aran/Worsted weight   100 gr / 200 mm Gauge:  13 sts = 10cm (4″) using 5 – 6 mm needles For more than a thousand years, the Faroese people have survived an uncontrollable climate ... Read More
Weight: Aran, Worsted