Natural Eri Silk Yarn 15/3 | Fingering Yarn | 1 Kg

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Our 15/3 yarn is 100% Eri silk which is a great yarn for crochet and knitting hand-made lace clothes.

Eri Silk is a natural yarn that is soft, keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.

It is an all-season yarn for all your knitting projects or crochet projects.

You may have experienced using wool or other types of 
fiber to knit beanie or a sweaterUse this 15/3 Eri silk in your next project and it will leave you mesmerized. Groovy thermal properties will keep you cool in summer and warm in winter. Soft and gentle on your skin keeps the itch away.  

This yarn is slightly thinner than fingering yarn but the slubbiness of this yarn makes a great texture for knitting socks, a lace shawl, or even a beanie. One skein will be more than enough to knit a beanie. Or weave a 15 x 75-inch wrap using this yarn in both the warp and weft.  

Indie dyers love dyeing with our super absorbent Eri silk yarnMany prefer to show off the sheer elegance of the natural color of Eri silk. 

Eri silk is antibacterial and its hypoallergenic properties have a natural resistance to dust mites, mold, and fungus in addition to many other allergens.

What’s it like to work with? 

The yarn is easy to work with but needs to unwind the skein by hand. The high quality and the lovely soft feel are what you’re going to expect from this versatile yarn. 
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    Natural Eri Silk Yarn 15/3 | Fingering Yarn | 1 Kg

    Yardage - 450 yards aprrox per 100g
    Meter -
    410 meters aprrox per 100g
    Yarn Count -
    15/3
    Gauge Per Inch -
    N/A
    Knitting Needle size -
    2-3mm
    Hook Size -
    2-3mm
    Yarn Weight -
    Fingering Weight Yarn

    Return policy and exchange policy

    We launched Muezart in March of 2019. We are a small start-up so we need to figure out out return policy since we are located in Meghalaya India. We are more excited about your feeling our yarn and creating with it. We don't expect you to be disappointed with the price or the unique Eri silk fiber. If by chance it doesn't work out. Contact us and we will figure out a way for you to return the yarn and we will refund you. Please note we will refund only the product amount. Any amount paid towards shipping is non-refundable. Return shipment will need to be paid by the buyer.  

    Shipping policy

    Shipping within India: Please visit muezart.in.

    International shipping: International orders shipping fee will be added at the point of check-out. The shipping fee depends on the regions FedEx has service. We also ship via India post which has a low fee but higher delivery time. The shipping fee will be displayed at the time of checkout. All orders are shipped within 24-48 hours Monday to Friday. You will receive a tracking code via email for your package. Packages shipped from India to other countries will take 10-18 (FedEx) or 20-40 (India Post) business days to reach you.

    Note: Any orders received during weekends or national holidays will be shipped on the next working day.

    Customs and import duties

    Depending on the country you reside there is a possibility that you may be required to pay for customs or import duties and taxes once your package arrives. You may be charged for customs clearance, handling fees and taxes as per the policy of your residing country. Any customs or import duty charges must be paid by the recipient of the package.

    Still have questions

    We would love to hear from you. If you have a special need, we are interested in working something out. Connect with us through our contact us form

    Eri silk is a durable fabric. We recommend a variety of ways to wash and care for your product in: How to wash silk, specifically, handwoven Eri silk?

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    Natural Eri Silk Yarn 15/3 | Fingering Yarn | 1 Kg
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    Customer Reviews

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    Ana Rincón

    Great!, looking forward to starting a job

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    Lynn Aldridge
    Extremely happy with service and product.

    I usually don't review yarn until I have completed a garment, but in this case I feel comfortable doing so after knitting a gauge swatch for my first project.

    I ordered 1 kg of yarn, and after receiving it ordered another kg because I want to make several garments. I don't often order internationally, and was a little nervous about how long it might take to get the yarn through Customs (into the USA) and whether there would be import duties. Muezart shipped both orders within a few hours after I submitted them, and both arrived quickly. In fact, I placed an order from a domestic (US) source at the same time I placed the first Muezart order and both arrived on the same day. There were no additional costs.

    The Muezart website depicts the yarn accurately. It is, as they say, a light fingering-weight yarn. My gauge is 7 stitches and 10 rows per inch on size 0 needles...they recommend size 1-3, but I always use smaller needles so this is consistent with their recommendations. The texture is slubby and irregular with thick-thin spots (this is easily viewable in the website photos of the product). It is very soft and knits easily. One of the reasons I like silk for warm-weather knitting is that I find cotton hard to knit with...it seems to 'resist' being knit and fatigues my hands. Linen (which I adore) is even worse: it's like knitting with wire. Eri silk has neither of these issues. Even at the end of a very long knitting day I was able to bang out a gauge swatch with little additional fatigue.

    The website warns that the yarn must be wound by hand. I was prepared to jettison the ball-winder, and that was necessary. I've only wound two hanks at this point. One of them I was able to wind with the ball-winder (slowly and carefully...an electric winder would not have worked), but the other I had to wind by hand because the strands in the hank were tangled with each other and I had to pass the ball through loops in order to wind it. Fortunately, the yarn is very strong, so there was no breakage. I suspect, just by visual inspection, that some of the other hanks will be windable with the ball-winder and others won't.

    I am extremely happy with this product. It is exactly what I hoped it would be. Think of it as "raw" silk as opposed to mulberry silk, which has a shiny and regular finish. One advantage it has over mulberry silk is that it doesn't snag. I have made multiple garments with mulberry silk and its tiny, fine filaments can snag on almost anything (like a hangnail or rough skin on your fingers) and produce teeny fuzzy bits. Eri silk has a completely different texture and will produce a less fragile finish. I highly recommend this product, and I am very happy with Muezart service.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
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    Ana Rincón

    Great!, looking forward to starting a job

    L
    Lynn Aldridge
    Extremely happy with service and product.

    I usually don't review yarn until I have completed a garment, but in this case I feel comfortable doing so after knitting a gauge swatch for my first project.

    I ordered 1 kg of yarn, and after receiving it ordered another kg because I want to make several garments. I don't often order internationally, and was a little nervous about how long it might take to get the yarn through Customs (into the USA) and whether there would be import duties. Muezart shipped both orders within a few hours after I submitted them, and both arrived quickly. In fact, I placed an order from a domestic (US) source at the same time I placed the first Muezart order and both arrived on the same day. There were no additional costs.

    The Muezart website depicts the yarn accurately. It is, as they say, a light fingering-weight yarn. My gauge is 7 stitches and 10 rows per inch on size 0 needles...they recommend size 1-3, but I always use smaller needles so this is consistent with their recommendations. The texture is slubby and irregular with thick-thin spots (this is easily viewable in the website photos of the product). It is very soft and knits easily. One of the reasons I like silk for warm-weather knitting is that I find cotton hard to knit with...it seems to 'resist' being knit and fatigues my hands. Linen (which I adore) is even worse: it's like knitting with wire. Eri silk has neither of these issues. Even at the end of a very long knitting day I was able to bang out a gauge swatch with little additional fatigue.

    The website warns that the yarn must be wound by hand. I was prepared to jettison the ball-winder, and that was necessary. I've only wound two hanks at this point. One of them I was able to wind with the ball-winder (slowly and carefully...an electric winder would not have worked), but the other I had to wind by hand because the strands in the hank were tangled with each other and I had to pass the ball through loops in order to wind it. Fortunately, the yarn is very strong, so there was no breakage. I suspect, just by visual inspection, that some of the other hanks will be windable with the ball-winder and others won't.

    I am extremely happy with this product. It is exactly what I hoped it would be. Think of it as "raw" silk as opposed to mulberry silk, which has a shiny and regular finish. One advantage it has over mulberry silk is that it doesn't snag. I have made multiple garments with mulberry silk and its tiny, fine filaments can snag on almost anything (like a hangnail or rough skin on your fingers) and produce teeny fuzzy bits. Eri silk has a completely different texture and will produce a less fragile finish. I highly recommend this product, and I am very happy with Muezart service.


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