Malgasy, the spoken language of Madagascar, gives name to this family firm. This way, Tanana is associated with hand-made, natural, and organic products. Their skeins are unique, originals, and hand-dyed in Lola & Punto, a small yarn shop from Granada.
This project was born there. María, the third generation of knitting women, was pregnant with Gloria and needed an occupation. That summer, knitting became the perfect therapy. Between stitch and stitch, the idea to create her own yarn brand was born. Together, grandmother, mother, and daughter began to work: they started by looking for yarn and dye suppliers, to experiment, to compare results, and to knit samples. In the process, all this little big family got involved, with the fourth generation on its way.
Tanana’s skeins dyed with the soul during the process. They are fondly called #LasLanasDeLaLola. Meet the clan in Barcelona Knits!