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Nua Sport

60% Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Linen, and 100% You

Nua Sport can be described in two words - cosy luxury.

Its secret lies in its unique blend of Merino, Yak, and Linen, designed with cables and textured stitches in mind. So if you’re looking for a rustic yarn with a luxurious colour palette to make your textured handknits ‘pop’, then Nua Sport is the yarn for you.

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Fibre: 60% Merino Wool, 20% Yak, 20% Linen
Yardage: 153 yds / 140 m per 50g
Needles: 3.5 - 4 mm / US 4-6
Tension: 24 stitches, 34 rows to 10cm/4"
Skein Weight: 50g (1.8oz)
Care: Handwash. Dry flat.

Why Merino, Yak and Linen?

Merino was chosen for that instantly recognisable soft and squishy base that we know you love. Yak is a dream fibre that adds a level of silkiness that warms your fingers as you work your stitches.

And Linen?

That’s our superhero.
Linen adds a rustic charm to this unique blend. Its strength and durability allow your garments to hold their structure and be soft yet hard-wearing. It also creates those natural flecks and reduces pilling. Which we know is essential to you.

Linen also has deep connections with our Irish culture, so it’s also our way of adding a touch of Ireland to each skein.

 We ship worldwide.

Ireland & NI under €50 euro have a flat postage rate of €6 for Ireland and €7 for NI. Free shipping over €50.

Europe, UK & Canada have free postage for orders over €120.

Orders under €120 have a flat rate rate as follows:

  • Europe & UK: €7.50
  • USA: €9.25
  • Canada: €8
  • Australia/New Zealand/Singapore: €9.50 for small package

FedEx shipping options are available for all international orders.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The best type of yarn, for your project depends on your specific needs and budget. Some factors to consider when choosing a yarn include the yarn's structure, weight, fibre content and cost. 

For example, luxury yarns, like Nua Sport, are an excellent choice for cardigans and sweaters due to their softness and warmth. Cotton is often preferred for garments such as summer tops because it's lightweight and breathable. On the other hand, synthetic fibres like acrylic are good for items that need to be machine washable or for added durability in items like socks.

Ultimately, the best type of knitting yarn will depend on your specific project requirements.