100% made in Portugal
50% recycled wool, 50% recycled cotton
100 gr = 220 m
sample 10 cm x 10 cm = 19 st x 26 rows, needles n° 4 - 5
Mungo is a fibre made from cotton scraps from Portuguese spinning mills and Portuguese and/or Spanish wool.
Here are some knitting suggestions:
an accessory: Rosa Shawl by Isabell Kraemer,
and jumpers: Mungoche pullovers by Rosa Pomar (one of my favourite), Aveiro by Orlane Sucche (in French and English), the Super Simple Summer Sweater by Joji Locatellli (a good model to put yourself in the topdown) or Make it a Double by Anna & Heidi Pickles (an easy yoke).
And here is the Jacob Sweater by LilleLarsen
This sweater was knit with two strands, combining Mungo (001 nature) and a strand of mohair Kid Seta by Gepard (n°114). As both yarns have approximately the same length, you will be using a similar amount of balls.