Tag Archives: Nanna

Finger Toy Mittens for parent and child

Lolo Wang crocheted for us this lovely parent and child mittens. The little finger is separated from the rest of the hand, thus giving the mitten the appearance of a bear with two paws. Your little ones will get matching bear cub mittens to play with you anytime you want. The mittens are worked in […]

Tiny butterflies in Nanna

Il punto Mini Farfalle

This small eyelet pattern creates a number of tiny butterflies. Knitted in our Nanna, it can be just the thing to embellish a child’s dress or jacket. The stitch is knitted on a multiple of 6 sts plus 9 for the simmetry. Work the stitch according to the instructions or to the chart below. Row […]

Free workshops at Il mondo creativo

Uno dei "miniscialli" che saranno proposti nel laboratorio di maglia

This post, detailing workshops that will be held at Il mondo creativo in Italian only, is not available in English. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Nanna, not just for babies

Nanna nel suo ambiente naturale

Nanna is our pure wool and it’s primarly meant for babies (“nanna” means “nap” after all), but it’s actually a pretty versatile yarn with lots of possibilities.¬† Nanna can be knitted to a pretty wide range of tensions, from 24 to about 18 sts to 10 cm. It’s light and wonderfully soft, with a smooth […]

Lanecardate: new collection. Spoilers!

Lamora_feat

At Lanecardate, we test our yarns on designers. They’re our enthusiastic Guinea pigs. Thanks to their professional feedback, suggestions and ideas, we improve the quality of our yarns for knitting and crochet. This year, Natascia Sartini and Annalisa Dione, co-founders of Collettivo maglia 198, volunteered to test yarns from our new collection. That’s what they […]

Nanna has been reviewed

Gomitolo di Nanna

Our 100% superfine wool yarn, “Nanna”, has recently been reviewed on the independent Italian Maglia-uncinetto web magazine. We are happy to know that our yarn is “great for crocheting”, “light, soft”, and that Nanna is considered an “excellent” yarn. We work hard to get these results and we are happy to see our efforts are […]