Their names are those of some of the most famous female characters of opera and literature... And that's probably why DMC has gathered them into a collection named "Timeless
They're the extra-soft, knitting and crocheting wool yarns Tamara, Suzanne, Séraphine, Georgia, Frida, Fedora, Manon, Violetta, Norma, Liù
Thanks to the well-balanced mixture of fine wool natural fibers - including mohair and alpaca - and selected threads of modern textile materials, such as bamboo, ramie, acrylic and polyacrylic microfiber, as well as hemp, DMC
has created a surprising range of colors and shapes, all to be knitted with knitting needles from size 4 to size 10 and to be crocheted with crocheting hooks from between size 5 and size 8, for unlimited projects!
In this collection
, the tradition of natural yarns per excellence - robust, warm, soft and wispy - perfectly joins the modernity of our times, not only through the original color mixtures distinguishing them, but also for their "easiness"
In fact, all the garments knitted and crocheted with these yarns can be machine washed, with any 30°C delicate program and just a little amount of any specific wool softener.
Moreover, ironing is not needed... Or, better said, it's not even recommended! Thanks to the particular textile composition of the Timeless collection, just a simple touch of steam will be more than enough to revive the fibers after machine washing, giving back these yarns their unmistakable volume and softness
And now, just one more quick, little suggestion: if you've already got lost into the color shades and textures of these amazing yarns, there's no better way "to collect your thoughts back" than with a magazine with a whole lot of dedicated projects, such as this one here
with instructions in Italian, though easily understandable by "knitting and crocheting-addicted" of any country and language