Family and nature, two fundamental factors for María Pía “La More”. That’s what they called her in her town because she was distinguished from her two sisters by the dark color of her hair. Her nomadic, ecological flock of black and white Merino sheep (listed as endangered) reflects the essence of her family, in which physical differences make them even more special.
This collection symbolizes this union and how the whims of nature allow us to create families and spectacular colors. It is so natural that you will be able to see small traces of grass on your yarn.
In addition, this collection contains a small tribute to our friends from the El Castellar and Asprona Occupational Center, whose label drawing has been designed by one of its members, Santi Rodríguez.
Yarn that transmits values:
▶️ Organic Merino Wool from white ⚪️ and black merino sheep ⚫️. The latter are listed as endangered.
▶️ ️María Pía and her commitment to extensive, transhumant and ecological livestock. An example at the European level. 🙋♀️🇪🇺
▶️ Very special labeling designed by Santi Izquierdo as a tribute to the Occupational Centers that help us with the braiding and labeling of our products. 🎨🎖
▶️Ecological Yarns and Yarns with OEKOTEX Standard 100 certificate. ♻️
▶️ 100% traceability guaranteed. From the sheep to your hands. 🔙 🤲🏼
▶️ We reduce carbon emissions to a minimum compared to other threads. 🚭