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Uniqueness

U/KNIT’s yarns collection offers a great selection of soft, lustrous and natural yarns, which range from organic cotton to fine fibres like silk and mohair. The collection is a unique U/Knit creation that is made with high quality fibres which are span by selected Italian yarn makers.

Uniqueness

U/KNIT’s yarns collection offers a great selection of soft, lustrous and natural yarns, which range from organic cotton to fine fibres like silk and mohair. The collection is a unique U/Knit creation that is made with high quality fibres which are span by selected Italian yarn makers.

DIRECT-to-YOU MODEL

Our digital distribution model gets you top quality directly from our yarn-markers at a radically lower price compared to traditional premium brands

Italian Design

Our collection of yarns is made of a selection of soft and nature fibres from organic merino to fine quality silk, cashmere and mohair all proudly designed in Italy

Planet-Friendly

By choosing our echological yarns you participate to the protection and preservation of the earth, and you become a conscious consumer yourself

The Ginseng colour palette

"The Ginseng colour palette is just amazing! Bright shiny shades dominate. The yarn is delicate and nice to work with, perfect for a Summer top."

Elena, Knitter, Italy

Manioca Yarn

"I love knitting my sweaters with Manioca yarn. "

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

Perfect for crocheting

"Topinambur is gorgeous and very soft. Perfect for knitting & crocheting!"

Tanya, Crochet and Knitting Designer at Little Things Blogged, Greece

The Best Merino Wool

"Beet is a superwash merino wool. And by superwash they really mean super wash! I threw it in the washing machine on a regular 30degree load and O.M.G. it came out softer and nicer than it was originally! I’m so impressed! If you’re knitting for children you need this yarn!"

Katharina, Knitting Designer, UK

Topinambur

"Topinambur is perfect to knit cosy and chunky garments. It is soft and easy to knit with."

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

The Ginseng colour palette

"The Ginseng colour palette is just amazing! Bright shiny shades dominate. The yarn is delicate and nice to work with, perfect for a Summer top."

Elena, Knitter, Italy

Manioca Yarn

"I love knitting my sweaters with Manioca yarn. "

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

Perfect for crocheting

"Topinambur is gorgeous and very soft. Perfect for knitting & crocheting!"

Tanya, Crochet and Knitting Designer at Little Things Blogged, Greece

The Best Merino Wool

"Beet is a superwash merino wool. And by superwash they really mean super wash! I threw it in the washing machine on a regular 30degree load and O.M.G. it came out softer and nicer than it was originally! I’m so impressed! If you’re knitting for children you need this yarn!"

Katharina, Knitting Designer, UK

Topinambur

"Topinambur is perfect to knit cosy and chunky garments. It is soft and easy to knit with."

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

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The Ginseng colour palette

"The Ginseng colour palette is just amazing! Bright shiny shades dominate. The yarn is delicate and nice to work with, perfect for a Summer top."

Elena, Knitter, Italy

Manioca Yarn

"I love knitting my sweaters with Manioca yarn. "

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

Perfect for crocheting

"Topinambur is gorgeous and very soft. Perfect for knitting & crocheting!"

Tanya, Crochet and Knitting Designer at Little Things Blogged, Greece

The Best Merino Wool

"Beet is a superwash merino wool. And by superwash they really mean super wash! I threw it in the washing machine on a regular 30degree load and O.M.G. it came out softer and nicer than it was originally! I’m so impressed! If you’re knitting for children you need this yarn!"

Katharina, Knitting Designer, UK

Topinambur

"Topinambur is perfect to knit cosy and chunky garments. It is soft and easy to knit with."

Giulia, Knitting Designer at Un Peu Sauvage, Italy

Baby Garments

Beet yarn is perfect for baby garments due to its softness. The super wash treatment makes Beet tender and extremely delicate to touch.

Federica, Knitting Designer, Italy

Texture to my space

I developed the Aspen Pillow pattern with the gorgeous Topinambur yarn. It will definitely add a bit of texture to your space!

Tanya, Crochet and Knitting Designer at Little Things Blogged, Greece

Wasabi Yarn

The Wasabi yarn is probably the softest thing I have ever touched in my life! Cotton, silk and cashmere all blended together to make the scummiest yarn ever. I think it’s the only wool I’ll ever use again for Baby knits, definitely nothing scratchy or irritating about this beauty!

Katharina, Knitting Designer, UK

Beet Yarn

Beet is an excellent yarn to work with, it is well twisted and perfect for shawls and pierced designs. Stitches are well defined. It is a satisfaction to knit with it.

Elena, Knitter, Italy

Perfect Packaging

When you are collaborating with this brand that has the perfect packaging.

Merel, Knitting Designer at Chain Twenty, The Netherlands

Ginger Wool

The Ginger wool is a silk mohair and comes in the most beautiful colours! I’m crushing so hard on this old pink it’s now my favourite colour ever!

Katharina, Knitting Designer, UK

  • She comes from Netherlands and she's now living in the sunny Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, where she runs her handmade knitwear shop. Merel, the one and only person under Chain Twenty, is passionate about handmade knitting and we love the simplicity and minimalism of her design, as well as the modern style of her knitting garments.  Could you present yourself by telling us your favourite book and the last travel you did? My favourite book must be Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller. As an ancient historian, I know the Iliad by heart. It doesn’t make for easy reading and is difficult to interpret. Miller did an incredible job turning the story into a modern novel, showing exactly why this piece of ancient literature is still so

  • She's Greek and she's passionate about photography, blogging and cats. Tanya, better known as Little Things Blogged is a knitter, a crocheter, a home decorator and most of all she is a knitwear designer. We love her modern, upbeat style, her taste for colours and her positive approach towards life. Could you present yourself by telling us your favourite book and the last travel you did? Um, actually I’ve got a few favorites but the last book I read and loved was The Wind Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami. My last trip was to Berlin and it was amazing. Coffee or tea? Definitely coffee! 😊 Tell us something about you and your relation with crocheting and knitting.  Crocheting came into my life out of nowhere. I can

  • The Spanish Merino wool got its name from the homonymous sheep. It is a short, very thin and curly fibre. The Merino wool is known to be of very high quality, and hence a fine yarn. All Knitwear garments made with Merino fibres are very precious and high valuable garments, and on top of that warm and beneficial as well. But where does the Merino wool come from?   ABOUT WOOL Wool was the first natural fiber to be used for clothes, and for ages it was the most important one. Wool features depend on the breed of the animal and can be classified into three main groups: merinos, cross-breeds, local breeds. Spanish merino wool is short, very fine and curly; whereas, the Australian and South

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