Meet Merle, our wild one ;-). She is a social worker who takes care of problem children. In her spare time she lives life to te fullest.
I knitted this Pompon Blossom with one of my favorite merino yarns from an Uruguayan farm that allows their free – range sheep through the hills and are herded by actual old – style shepherds.
The controversial practice of mulesing does not exist in Uruguay.
I always ensure that my yarns come from the best suppliers available all around the world.
This hat is unbelievably squishy. This is the hat to turn to when you want the ultimate in warmth.
It is also self-cleaning because the fibers contain lanolin. Lanolin is a natural substance and naturally has antibacterial properties.
Merino photo by organic tales & sponsored by dohnemerino.