3 Ply Wool

Wool garments are naturally breathable down to the fiber level. While synthetics only breathe through pores in between the fibers in the fabric, wool fibers naturally allow air to flow. The breathability of wool will not feel clammy when you sweat and will prevent you from overheating. Wool keeps you dry.

3 ply yarn is one of the most enjoyable weights to knit with as it’s fine and lightweight. It’s also known as fingering yarn because it’s so easy to use. This weight is immensely popular for crafting socks, delicate gloves and baby garments. Whether you’re making a gift for someone or embarking on a personal project, 3 ply yarn provides lots of possibilities.

Three-ply: A 3-ply (or more) yarn makes the best cables and textured stitches. They roll in and push up. Three-ply yarns make themselves heard.

Typically a thinner needle is recommended for finer yarns. We usually suggest 2-3.5mm needles for projects using smaller patterns, but larger needles can be used to achieve open knit effects. Always remember to check the suggestions for your particular project.

M.G ENTERPRISE Wool is ideal for knitting sweaters, Art & Craft, etc. Items made from this yarn may be laundered through the use of water, detergent or soap and gentle hand manipulation; No bleach product may be used. Note : Wool Pc may very but weight will not. Means weight will be as per order, Pc may vary with each other.

With a winter chill filtering through the air, it’s time to wrap up in some cosy wool knits. And what better time to start than national wool week? At M.G ENTERPRISE we are all about natural fibres, and wool is at the top of our list when we want to warm up. Why? As there are so many benefits to this uniquely cosy material. Here are some of them

It’s natural:

Wool is a natural protein fibre found on the backs of the millions of sheep you see over the world. It is considered one of the most effective forms of all-weather protection, and man-made fibres with the same properties have yet to be produced.

It’s breathable:

As wool fibres are packed together, tiny pockets of air form allowing the material to absorb and release moisture. This could be moisture in the atmosphere, or perspiration from the wearer. This makes wool an extremely breathable material and helps you avoid any clamminess when you head inside from the colder outdoors.

It reacts to your body:

Wool is also able to react to any changes in your body temperature. It’s an active fibre that helps you to stay warm when it’s cold and cools you when it’s warm. This makes it the perfect material all throughout the year, helping you minimise your wardrobe and maximise the sustainability of your closet!

It’s easy to clean:

As its primary function is to protect the body of a sheep to the surrounding environment, wool fibres have a natural protective outer layer. This helps to prevent any marks or stains from being absorbed, so the dirt sits of the surface and is easily removed. See our guide to How To Wash A Wool Jumper here.