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    Pakucho Organic Cotton Flamme 8ply

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    Fair Trade; Made in Peru

    DK – 8 ply
    50gm skeins – approx 117 metres / 127 yards
    3.75mm (US 5)

    This yarn is made up in a super soft S twist with a finer organic cotton thread to form a thick and thin alternating texture.

    Exquisitely soft, free of pesticides and toxic chemicals. GMO free. Naturally pigmented organic Peruvian long staple Pima cotton as close to nature as colours can be.

    Colours (choose colour displays the item):
    Cream, Natural, Sage

    1kg cones can be purchased here.

    Love fine products; create your own touch of luxury!!

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    Pattern available here!
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    Native cotton production is entirely traditional and sustainably grown by rural Artisan and Indian farmers in small farmyard plots. Pakucho organic colour grown cotton yarn is GOTS certified at the source. Harvesting is done exclusively by hand, ensuring a carefully selected, clean and untangled fibre. It is manufactured in socially responsible facilities in small batches, certified Organic and Fair Trade by SKAL/Control Union who carries out annual inspections. Further reading on the History of Organic Cotton

    Hand wash warm or cold, rinse cool.
    Dry flat or gently tumble to almost dry and finish flat.
    NOTE: Allow a one time shrinkage of approx. 10-15% in length for boiling, hot wash and tumble-drying.

    I do my best to display the colours accurately, but as monitors vary I highly recommend that you purchase a sample yarn card here.

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