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Folk Rainbow

RON29.76

It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nelebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Most histories of knitting place its origin somewhere in the Middle East, from there it spread to Europe by Mediterranean trade routes, and then to the Americas with European colonization.

Available in exquisitely crafted metal tins with Loose Leaf Tea (100g per tin)

Folk indigo

RON29.76

It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nelebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Most histories of knitting place its origin somewhere in the Middle East, from there it spread to Europe by Mediterranean trade routes, and then to the Americas with European colonization.

Available in exquisitely crafted metal tins with Loose Leaf Tea (100g per tin)

Folk Green

RON29.76

It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nelebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Most histories of knitting place its origin somewhere in the Middle East, from there it spread to Europe by Mediterranean trade routes, and then to the Americas with European colonization.

Available in exquisitely crafted metal tins with Loose Leaf Tea (100g per tin)

Folk Brown

RON29.76

It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nelebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Most histories of knitting place its origin somewhere in the Middle East, from there it spread to Europe by Mediterranean trade routes, and then to the Americas with European colonization.

Available in exquisitely crafted metal tins with Loose Leaf Tea (100g per tin)

Folk Black & White

RON29.76

It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nelebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Most histories of knitting place its origin somewhere in the Middle East, from there it spread to Europe by Mediterranean trade routes, and then to the Americas with European colonization.

Available in exquisitely crafted metal tins with Loose Leaf Tea (100g per tin)