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The fibers of this Merino wool measure 18.5 microns thick and undergo the carding process, giving the material a fuzzy, soft texture.

A warm and voluminous yarn, ideal for the colder temperatures.

The raw material of our Chunky Wool is a fully traceable Australian Merino Wool that we source with full respect for animals, land and people.

It’s a carded yarn that is composed of fibers that have an irregular orientation: shorter fibers, called "open," are blended with longer fibers, called "top." This gives the yarn, and consequently the knit, more chunkiness and fuzziness.

Extremely durable

It is a material that resists the signs of aging, and the feel to the touch improves wash after wash.

With great thermal properties

The carding process brings the finest fibers to the surface and traps microscopic air bubbles inside the yarn, allowing it to stay warm longer.

A process that reduces waste

Carded wool is considered more sustainable than classic worsted wool because some of the waste generated by the machines used to comb the wool is reused in carding.

Spun in Italy

This wool is washed, dyed and spun entirely in Biella Piedmont, in the Lanecardate spinning mill.

Discover the certifications of our Chunky Wool


The SustainaWOOL Integrity Scheme provides high standards within the wool production system in Australia and integrity and traceability along the whole supply chain.


The ZDHC foundation’s mission is to allow brands and retailers in the textile implement Sustainable Chemical Management best practices along the supply chain through the collaborative engagement and the definition of standards, to achieve the elimination of toxic and harmful substances from drains and emissions, in order to protect consumers, workers and the environment.


Oeko-Tex is an international system of certification for companies in the textile industry. It tests raw materials, intermediate products and end products.
The label "Confidence in Textiles" guarantees that the products are free from harmful substances and that the textile production is safe and transparent.

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