While driving through the Rhône-Alpes region of France last year
my husband and I stopped in downtown Grenoble so I could check out a yarn store (feeling lots of hubby-love here❤️), Maille á Part, located at 5 rue Génissieu. I went straight to some fingering weight alpaca, and stood there, trying to decide on a color. This was my first experience with Lang Yarns, a German company which has been in business since 1867. That’s almost 150 years!
Lang Yarns carries several wool yarns that are traceable, meaning can enter the yarn information printed on the lable here and learn about the farm and the sheep on the farm that produced the wool you are holding in your hand. Pretty cool.
Baby Alpaca is not a traceable yarn, but that didn’t take away any of the pleasure I enjoyed while knitting up the Grenoble Fair Isle Hat.
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Great beanie. I’ve worked with Lang’s merino and it’s pretty cool.
Thanks, Stephanie. I’ve already decided my next purchase will be some Lang yarn!