Berry – Hand dyed yarn


This is a limited addition colorway!

About the yarn…

“Functional enough for the campfire and cozy enough for the couch, this tweed yarn is a merino-alpaca blend that strikes a fine balance between rustic and refined. With just enough alpaca to take best advantage of that downy fiber’s warmth and softness, this largely Merino yarn is warm enough for rural winters and soft enough to wear against the skin. Gently spun into a loose twist, the downy fibers are given enough play to provide both thermal efficiency and flattering drape, while still maintaining the structure necessary for excellent stitch definition and durability. Lightly tweedy, neutrally-colored viscose neps are just present enough to create a subtly rustic look without overwhelming. Appropriate for warm sweaters and garments of all sorts, this versatile yarn is soft enough for accessories worn against the skin.”

Fiber Content: 80% Merino Wool, 15% Baby Alpaca, 5% Viscose
Weight: Aran/Heavy Worsted
Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4” on I – K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Yards: 180
Grams: 100

These yarns are dyed in small batches and may vary from skein to skein. All yarns are heated until dye is exhausted and water runs clear. Hand wash in cool water. Lay flat to dry.

18 in stock


You can see this colorway in action in my Alderwood Scarf (darker color)


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