top of page



50g ball


Amira is a year-round yarn made from soft cotton and polyamide. This knitted yarn has a great volume and an unbelievable lightness.


Material: 93% cotton and 7% polyamide

barrel length:100m/50g

needle size:5-6

for a sweater in size 38 you need about 550g

Care instructions: machine wash up to 30°C with mild detergent without fabric softener

You can find more yarns from Lang Yarns here -->

Lang Yarns Amira is a soft, all-season yarnCottonand polyamide. This knitted yarn has a great volume and an unbelievable lightness.


Lang Yarns Amira is a beautiful yarn made of 97% cotton and 3%. The yarn has an incredibly soft feel and a wide range of beautiful colors that are perfectly coordinated.

This yarn is excellent for making comfortable and soft garments such as sweaters, cardigans, shawls. It has a nice smooth texture and is very easy and smooth to work with. It's a DK weight yarn, meaning it's versatile and medium weight.

The yarn is very strong and durable, making it a great choice for everyday garments. It's machine washable and easy to care for, making it a practical choice for any craft enthusiast.

Lang Yarns is a well known brand for quality yarns and Amira is a great addition to their range. This yarn offers a combination of softness and durability that makes it a great choice for any craft project.

Lang Yarns Amira atbuy


LANG YARNS has 150 years of history as a textile industry company. The Swiss family business is now in its sixth generation.

The founder Theodor Lang acquired 1860 inridingthe underwater mill. On the land of the Mühlehof he set up one of the first industrial companies in the Wiggertal, a mechanical cotton spinning mill. The water from the wiggers provided the energy needed to run the machines. Pure Mako cotton yarns were spun up to a fineness of Ne 30. The yarn was already being exported to Germany and France at this time.

In the 1890s, Theodor Lang's son Ernst Lang took over the factory. Production was electrified and a turbine was installed to generate electricity. In 1894 a twisting mill was also added and another production stage was added. During this time, the first high-quality hand knitting yarns were produced.

In the 1920s, Erich Lang followed his father in management. During the difficult period of the world economic crisis, he decided to sell hand knitting yarns under his own brand LANG.

Even at that time, quality, further development of the machine park, constant innovation and market-oriented products were the key to success in the demanding market for hand knitting yarns.

With the increasing internationalization of the markets, Ernst H. Lang developed further export markets such as the USA and Japan from the 1960s onwards. The highest quality and technical innovation of hand knitting yarns is and remains the goal of LANGYARNS.



bottom of page