Wunder-klecks Sock Yarn -- Bio degradable and One Step Ahead

Wunder-klecks Sock Yarn -- Bio degradable and One Step Ahead

We are impressed with the information on the label of Schoppel Wolle's sock yarn, Wunder-klecks.

The nylon (they call it polyamide) in the yarn is biodegradable.

Whereas other synthetic fibers persist in the environment for decades before they degrade completely, natural compost-ingprocesses decompose our biodegradable polyamide fiber in around five years.
As with other natural fibers, the degradation process does not occur in daily use."

And here's what the label says about the virgin wool that is sourced from Patagonia.

"Kunstvoll bemaltes Garn in Knit and Dye Technik Durch ihre individuelle Strickweise entstehen kreative Künstler-socken!
Elaborately painted yarn. With your individual knitting style you can make your own creative socks - as if by magic. Start balls from outside."


Wunder-klecks comes in 8 colors on our website. Each ball is 459 yards per 100 grams. Color names that we like: Rosewood (2132), Old Hag (2140), Titanic (2150), and more. Take a look!

Finally, It's a good thing, that reading the fine print on a yarn label. It makes you want to knit up socks or a shawl in this carefully crafted yarn.

PS The yarn shown is Color 2177 "Grashupfer." That's German for grasshopper. 

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