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Nomadnoos

Sartuul

Sartuul

Nomadnoos

100% Sartuul wool

50g = approx. 265m (290 yds)

The Sartuul sheep, a sheep with an extremely soft undercoat and a cashmere touch, comes from the province of Zavhkan. This sheep has been herded with other animals in Mongolia for centuries.

Nomads select the finest fibers that are washed and combed before being hand-spun by women in Mongolia and Nepal.

The yarns are hand-spun by qualified spinners and hand-dyed by qualified dyes with ZDHC dyes.

Coloring by hand may cause color deviations.