Are you looking for a natural fiber yarn in beautiful natural colors? Or would you like a pair of durable, super-soft socks? Then look at our range of yarn from ONION. The Danish yarn producer focuses on ecology, animal welfare, production conditions and our descendants. ONION was established in 1998 by Jette Frøkiar, but at that time the company only made cutting patterns. Since then, the company has developed and today embraces the production of fabric, yarn and accessories.
On this page you will find a range of the popular nature Fiber yarn from ONION. These quality yarns are produced in a sustainable way in Italy, which also ensures that working conditions are in line with European standards. ONION have a high criteria for the quality of the yarn, so you can always be sure, that the yarn is of excellent quality. A special trademark for the company involves their series of yarns consisting of 70% organic wool and 30% nylon fibers. This yarn type is of course also available in our range. For the production of this product, ONION emphasizes that they think of intelligent ecology, which is clear to us, as they do not use organic nettle fibers in their yarns, claiming that there is still no one who sprays nettles with fertilizer. These fibers are delivered from recognized manufacturers in China, who have been ONION partners for many years and also comply with the strict environmental rules and requirements that the company has. For ONION, there is a great pride, in being a supplier of high quality yarns, that are produced under environmental concern- being yarn that is good for you and for the environment.
A wide selection of natural colors
If you click on the pictures of the different yarn types, you will come across a page where you can find more information about the different qualities. For example, you can become more aware of what the various yarns contain and what knitting needles you need as well as find the washing instructions. You can also find inspiration for what the different yarn types can be used for and find a more specific description of how the yarn looks. It is also here that you find the exact color selection of the selected quality. It is in this connection important to emphasize that the dyeing of the yarns is not certified as organic by GOTS. ONION also states that this lack of certification is due to economic reasons. GOTS certification is an additional cost which will cause a significant price increase on the yarn. However, ONION emphasizes that this does not mean that they do not comply with the IMO/GOT standards - on the contrary.