NAKO was established in1962. Since then, it has become a leading company in the hand knitting yarn sector.
NAKO is produced in ORMO mills which own the world’s best “state of the art” yarn production system, and which has the largest capacity among the similar companies under the same roof in the hand knitting yarn sector.
NAKO has proved its reputability, innovation, and creativeness in the world, because of its success in following the global trends and its know-how in the hand knitting yarn sector.
NAKO, with its product range constituted by stylish textures and colours, is the consumers’ favourite for many years and offers the market over 40 different qualities, suitable for all kinds of projects and tastes.
NAKO Senet is one of the wool-blend classics of NAKO collection.
It is ethically produced in accordance with British Standard 984:1990
NAKO Senet also proudly carries the Standard 100 label by OEKO-TEX® which is one of the highest quality standards, and shows that it is independently certified as safe and made without harmful chemicals.
More information about OEKO-TEX® certification is available at https://www.oeko-tex.com/en/
NAKO Senet knitted products have superior appearance with its quality wool and premium acrylic formula, as the wool fibre in this blend enhances the ability of the garment to retain its shape, especially after it has been laundered several times.
As wool also offers better insulating properties and premium acrylic improves softness, comfort, durability, and makes the garment easier to care for.
Wool-blend NAKO Senet is twisted in a special way so that it looks like a lace.
You can create beautiful knitting and crocheting items for spring, autumn, and winter by using high-quality and budget-friendly NAKO Senet yarn as it handles heat and cold.
Made in Türkiye.
|25% Wool, 75% Premium Acrylic
|3 – 4mm
|Spring, Autumn, Winter
Hand-washing under 30° is recommended and it is also recommended to lay & air dry.
The actual yarn colour may vary from the colour shown in the photo.
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