The yarn is spinned of white 100% Keeshond (Wolfspitz) underfur with addition of goat underfur the same colour. The underfur is spinned with sewing reinforced thread and rubbered into 2 threads.
These women's fingerless gloves are knitted with 'irish tail' pattern that makes them individual, eye-catching and smart. Knitting of dog underfur with addition of goat underfur presented them as warm, soft and comfortable item. There is one more advantage of the work: prominent tail on the one side and a wide ribbing by the palm on the other provide excellent fitting for a hand of any size that is of no small importance for knitted works. Keeshond (Wolfspitz) wool is not supposed to be much fluffy, there will be average amount of it. As the dog breed has long hair, molting is minimal while wearing. For knitted items molting is considered often as a disadvantage. In these fingerless gloves the effect of the minimum of molting and the maximum of warmness is achieved.
The work doesn't have any signs of dog wool smell, as it has two stages of washing: firstly the yarn itself is washed, then the finished work goes washing. I don't use cutted wool, only underfur.
How to keep
Washing and rinsing only in warmed water. Recommended use special wash powder for woolen clothes. After rinsing and wringing out the work should be put on cotton cloth and rolled for better drying. Beforehand the appropriate form for the work should be made. Then the work is leaved for 1-2 hours for natural moisture soak-up. Finally the work is dried up as usual. While meeting the requirements you will have the work in excellent condition for a long time.