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4-ply sock yarn

100g ball

Soft and originally dyed sock yarn with crazy color gradients. The high-quality  new wool comes from Patagonia, the yarns are made in Germany.

The soft yarn and the beautiful colors  not only enchant when knitting, but also when wearing. Each pair of socks becomes a work of art!

Thanks to the felt-free Superwash finish, the socks can be washed in the washing machine.


​Material: 75% new wool (superwash) and 25% polyamide

Barrel length: 420m/100g

Needle size: 2-3mm
Care recommendations: machine wash at 30°C

Consumption: 1 ball is enough for a pair of socks up to size 46/47

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Schoppel sock yarns


The numerous sock yarns make up a large part of the Schoppel product range. The classic sock yarn contains 25% polyamide for the durability and durability of the socks with regular use. Schoppel has been using environmentally friendly and biodegradable polyamide since 2019Amni Soul Eco® technologywill be produced. This polyamide can decompose rapidly at the end of its life cycle, facilitating bacteria access and degradation to waste materials, thereby accelerating the biodegradation process. The fiber degrades in around five years through the earth's natural processes, but still retains benefits such as tear resistance. Because the degradation process does not take place in daily use.


For the Schoppel productsmerino woolOnly merino wool from Patagonia is used. The southern part of Patagonia cannot be used for agriculture due to the fall winds and is only suitable for keeping sheep. Sheep cannot be kept in factory farming, but rather serve to cultivate rural areas. InPatagoniathe sheep are less affected by insect infestation and therefore do not have to come alongpesticidesbe treated and also that which is painful for the animalsmulesingis not known there and is not used. The sheep live there freely and close to nature. They are only caught twice a year for shearing and health checks.






















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