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KPC Yarn Review from Jessie At Home

I recently had the joy of receiving a sample box from KPC (Knit Purl Crochet) so I could share about their yarn with you. KPC is part of a family owned company that is over 70 years old. They supply premium grade merino, cotton, and cashmere to luxury garment manufacturers all over the world. In 2014, KPC Yarn was launched in Hong Kong in order to offer hand knit yarns of the same fantastic quality to crafters everywhere.

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Here are a few important facts about KPC Yarn:

 

  • established in Hong Kong
  • luxury hand knit yarns
  • hundreds of stock colors
  • high quality standards
  • 100% natural fibers
  • traceable supply
  • handcraft community

There are 4 types of yarn you can get from KPC, here is a little about each from their site.

KPC Novomerino
Novomerino is incredibly smooth and gentle against the skin. It comes from Gostwyck, Australia, where they have been producing wool since 1834.

KPC Glencoul
Glencoul is a blend of merino wool and cotton. It has the feel and subtle sheen of a cotton yarn, with the stretch and durability of wool.

KPC Cashmere
Cashmere originates in the mountainous plateaus of Mongolia, where tribesmen still herd hundreds of Cashmere goats.

KPC Gossyp
Gossyp adopted organic cotton grew from Xinziang, north west of China. Its unharmful farming is not only better for you, your family but also the environment we all share.

You can order from KPCyarn.com, where you can mix and match your own choice of yarns, or choose from their many box sets. Everything comes beautifully packaged and cared for. If you are looking for a luxurious gift for yourself or another yarn artist, you have found your stop!

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