Our yarns

Novita Wool Cotton is a soft 8-ply yarn which is comfortable and easy to knit. Suitable for DK knitting patterns. Ball 50 g. Made in Finland.

Wholesale EU price:

39,60 €
8 patterns
The summer sneaked upon us surreptitiously over the ocean. It can be felt as a gentle stroke on the cheek on the windy streets. The minimalistic and subtle collection was inspired by Helsinki.

Women’s sideways tunic Novita Nordic Wool


This classic tunic reminds us of Helsinki’s modern architecture. The tunic is knitted sideways from the right cuff to the left. Adorned with bobbles and cables, the tunic is sure to keep you warm on cool spring and summer days.

Tiiraluoto sweater Novita Nordic Wool ja Wool Cotton


This colourwork sweater is inspired by the hundreds of islands off the Helsinki coast. The sweater is knitted seamlessly from the neckline to the hem and cuffs.
Tip! See pattern 4 for a children’s version.

Men’s raglan sweater Novita Nalle ja Nalle Pelto


The classic combination of off-white and grey makes this raglan sweater ideal for an urban look.

Tiiraluoto sweater for children Novita Nordic Wool


Combining aqua blue and off-white, the sweater is knitted seamlessly from the neckline to the hem and cuffs.
Tip! See pattern 2 for a women’s version.

Women’s cardigan Novita Nordic Wool


Blue like the sky above the Helsinki coast, this cardigan is knitted top-down in one piece using circular needles. There are no seams.

Women’s crochet topi Novita Baby Merino


Thanks to its structure and the merino wool, Novita Baby Merino is a bouncy yarn, which makes even a crochet top pleasantly stretchy. Ideal for both ambling through the market and relaxing on a restaurant terrace.

Leivos-villasukat Novita Venla


These socks were designed by our reader Enikö Balogh. The colours are reminiscent of a summery cupcake in the park – decorated with apple blossoms.

Women’s knitted sweater Novita Venla


Made from Novita Venla in the Apple Blossom colour, the sweater is pleasantly thin. The new colourway reminds us of walks in the Lauttasaari district of Helsinki, with apple trees lining the streets.