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French Chic Is Here: Bergere Yarns

Sep 27, 2012

A note from Kathleen: From time to time, I get information about new products that I think Knitting Daily readers will be interested in. This time, it's a new yarn—Pur Merinos Français from Bergère de France.

Pure Merino wool, 100% French

Soft and strong, Pur Merinos Français yarn is 100% natural, sourced from local farmers from the Arles region in the South of France.

Bergère de France's partnership with these sheep farmers ensures the protection of the French Merino breed and allows Bergère de France to bring you this fabulously soft and beautifully regular yarn.

Our New Partner—The Arles Merino Sheep

    
Bergère de France has developed an exclusive partnership with a group of French sheep farmers. Together, they have a common goal: to protect and encourage the breeding of the invaluable Arles Merino breed.

Arles Merino wool is incredibly soft and fine. Because of its naturally fine and even crimp, it is a very bouncy wool that makes wonderful yarn for hand knitting.

Soft and strong, Pur Merinos Français yarn is 100% natural. The regular, springy fibers of Pur Merinos Français make it both hardwearing and easy on sensitive skin.
   
Irish Knit Sweater from Bergère De France, knit from Pur Merinos Français Pull et Moufles from Bergère De France, knit from Pur Merinos Français
Try out this new yarn! It's sumptuous and beautiful. I know you'll love it as much as I do.

Cheers,


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Arivel wrote
on Feb 11, 2013 10:58 PM

I am trying to find a pattern from Bergere Magazine Issue # 166. Any suggestions as to where I can purchase it?. Tried to find it at their site, which is awful to navigate and no luck.

Thanks. Arivel

tarabead wrote
on Sep 30, 2012 1:29 PM

This is wonderful to see you promoting this lovely well established European knitting source.

Let's have some more of their ideas and patterns?

It has been far too long since they have been in the publics eye and mind.

Too bad they don't have this breed of sheep in North America.

on Sep 29, 2012 11:25 AM

This is very interesting to hear about a particular heritage breed of sheep and the properties of the fleece and yarn derived from it.  

Thank goodness some folk are preserving these old breeds.  

Sincerely,

Wendy Leigh-Bell

Hamilton, Ontario

ZassZ wrote
on Sep 27, 2012 3:36 PM

Awwhhh, this little French merino guy is wearing the cutist looking expression in his photo debut.