Skip to product information
1 of 23

Danisch Pur

Artikelnummer: SW10412

Coupon 110 cm Altrosa Bio Wollfrottee (100% Wolle (Merino, kbt, mulesingfrei)

Coupon 110 cm Altrosa Bio Wollfrottee (100% Wolle (Merino, kbt, mulesingfrei)

Width: 175 cm (+-5%)

Weight: 300g/m^2 (+-5%)

Regular price €74,00 EUR
Regular price €81,40 EUR Sale price €74,00 EUR
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Wollfrottee Altrosa 

Der Wollfrottee ist kuschelig weich und herrlich warm.  Er ist besonders für kuschelwarme Oberbekleidung geeignet wie Pullis, dünnere Jacken oder Schlafanzüge, aber auch für Kuschelhosen und Stoffwindeln.


Bündchen, Nähgarn und Kombinationsideen

Gut zum Kombinieren eignen sich hier unsere anderen Wollfrottees, besonders natürlich die Blumenwiese auf Altrosa. 

Als Bündchen können wir sowohl die feinen als auch die schwereren Bündchen von uns empfehlen. Am Bauchbund einer Hose empfiehlt sich u.U. aber immer noch das Einziehen eines Gummibandes. Viele nehmen das Bauchbündchen aber hoch und eng genug und dann hält es auch ohne extra Gummi.

Beim Bündchen für schwere Stoffe passt der Mauvefarbton nicht exakt zum Wollfrottee, sieht vernäht dazu sehr gut aus, wie im Designbeispiel der Wildblumen zu sehen. Das feine Wollbündchen in Altrosa ist ein paar Nuancen heller, gehört jedoch auch zur selben Farbfamilie.

Wolljersey eignet sich generell auch gut als Bündchen oder Kombinationsstoff auch für Wollfrottee. Hier sollte aber bei Bauchbündchen unbedingt noch ein Gummiband eingezogen werden. 

Für Bündchen generell empfehlen wir gerne einen Faktor von 0,6 (d.h. wenn z.B. der Halsausschnitt 45cm misst, dann rechne ich 45cm*0,6= 27cm - und die 27cm plus Nahtzugabe ist die Breite des Bündchens, was ich dann annähe).

Der Frottee selber eignet sich nur bedingt als Bündchen (es geht aber notfalls auch)- vor allem am Hals empfehlen wir entweder die Wahl eines Bündchenstoffs (siehe oben) oder das Nähen mit Beleg. 

Als Nähgarn empfehlen wir die Farbe 3357 Altrosa.

Wool terry fabric

Our organic wool terry fabric (kbt, mulesing-free) is produced according to the highest ecological criteria. This fabric is ideal for the transitional period for pants, sweaters, pajamas, sleeping bags or as a jacket material. In terms of thickness, it can be compared to a summer sweat fabric. Also ideal for cloth diaper covers. Smooth and soft on one side and loops typical of terry cloth on the other. As far as we know, we are the first supplier in the German-speaking region to produce wool terry cloth by the metre. We recommend pre-washing the fabric as it can shrink by around 8%.


Wool is naturally self-cleaning and antibacterial. It absorbs moisture without feeling clammy and transports it outwards, away from the body. Merino new wool is very finely crimped, does not scratch and is wonderfully soft and fluffy. Since wool clothing only rarely needs to be washed - beating or airing it out is usually enough - the clothing is also very easy to care for.

care instructions

It is optimal if the woolen clothing is simply aired out in damp weather (e.g. in the bathroom when showering). The water vapor that meets the fabric then automatically transports away smaller dirt particles and bad odours.

If there is mud or the like, you can wait until the mud has dried and then simply tap or shake it out.

If the clothes are heavily soiled, they can be washed by hand or on the wool cycle of the washing machine at 30 degrees with wool detergent. In winter, we recommend washing on a cold wool cycle, otherwise the difference between 30 degrees and cold rinsing water in the washing machine may be too great. Wool does not like strong temperature fluctuations.

We also recommend a pre-wash for terrycloth, as the fabric can shrink by around 10% depending on the washing method.

Since wool fibers are more sensitive when wet than when dry, it is recommended that wool be dried lying flat on a towel.

We advise against using the miracle brush for wool terry cloth, otherwise loops can be pulled onto the smooth side or the brush can get tangled up in loops on the loop side.

For further care and sewing instructions, we also refer to our FAQs.

Questions are also gladly answered in our wool/silk fan group on Facebook, where many sewing examples can also be admired: click

Of course you can also contact us directly if you have any further questions.

Wolle als Naturprodukt

Ganz wichtig - Wolle ist ein Naturprodukt und auch eins, was bei jeder Schur und jeder Schafherde leicht anders sein kann. Jeder Stoff kann von der Haptik leicht anders sein als die Stoffe davor. Beim Spinnen ist ein komplett gleichmäßiger Faden nicht möglich, so dass immer mal wieder dünnere und dickere Stellen im Stoff sind, die von unterschiedlichen Fadendicken herrühren (vor allem, wenn dann an zwei/drei Reihen hintereinander zufällig immer dicke oder zufällig immer genau dünne Stellen der Fäden auftauchen).

Kein Stück Naturstoff ist wied das Andere.

sewing instructions

Wool terry can be sewn on the overlock as well as on the conventional sewing machine.

It is important to use a stretchable stitch (e.g. zigzag stitch, pseudo-overlock stitch, etc.) and super stretch needles. The needles are specially made for very stretchy fabrics and ensure that the threads are not severed when sewing, but pushed to the side. This way there are no holes in the sewing machine in the long run.

It may be helpful to lower the presser foot pressure on the sewing machine, or if this is not possible, use a walking foot. This prevents "wave formation" when sewing. As with other stretchy fabrics, it's a good idea not to start sewing at the very edge of the fabric, as this can sometimes "bite" into the machine. Here you can start sewing 2-3cm from the edge and sew up the beginning after a few stitches using the reverse button. Holding onto the protruding threads and gently pulling them backwards also makes it easier to start.

For further care and sewing instructions, we also refer to our FAQs. Questions are also gladly answered in our wool/silk fan group on Facebook, where many sewing examples can also be admired: click

Of course you can also contact us directly if you have any further questions.


In our FAQs and our wool brochure you will find more information about our wool products in general and tips on care and sewing in particular. For exciting discussions with other seamstresses and to show the finished products, we would like to invite you to our Wool Silk fan group on Facebook.

View full details

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review

wool terry

... does not necessarily have to be sewn one size smaller, since the fabric is not quite as stretchy as wool/silk. On the other hand, wool terry cloth rolls up and lints a little when you cut it, so it is advisable to use a rotary cutter instead of scissors. It is not necessary to clean up before sewing.

  • bonus points

    ... you collect bonus points in your customer account with every purchase?

    When you have collected enough bonus points, you can exchange them for our colorful bonus point packages. What is in such a bonus point package? Let yourself be surprised.

    Depending on the number of points you can get different packages.

    To the bonus point packages 
  • Everything you need for your projects

    ...that we also have sewing thread, embroidery stabilizer, sewing machine needles, rubber bands, wool braid, buttons, care products, soap bubbles and much more in our range?

    On to the accessories