Sartuul Sheep from Nomad Noos

Sartuul Sheep

from Nomad Noos
Light Fingering ?
290 yards
(265 meters)
50 grams
(1.76 ounces)
28.0 to 32.0 sts
= 4 inches
100% Wool
plied, handspun

The Sartuul sheep, a sheep with an extremely soft undercoat and a cashmere touch, comes from the province of Zavhkan. This sheep is herded since ages in Mongolia together in herds with other animals.

Nomads did select the finest fibers which are washed and carded before being handspun by women in Mongolia and Nepal.

*** Our yarns are handspun by qualified spinners and hand dyed by qualified dyers, using ZDHC dyeing colors.

We do our best to be as precise as possible but sometimes there can be a slight difference between lots, therefore we advise you to buy enough yarn for your project.