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Inca Alpaca is soft, sturdy and very warm--even when wet. Alpaca is a smoother fiber than wool, giving it a luster that many wools lack. It’s also a dry fiber; there’s no lanolin to worry about if you’re one of the folks who reacts to lanolin in wool.
The great color range in Inca Alpaca make it great not only for fair isle, but also for finding that one perfect color for solid garments and accessories.
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Mystique is a single ply bulky yarn with softness suitable for wearing next to your skin. The palette ranges from neutrals, to soft shades that are almost pastels, to striking brights. Perfect for soft and plush Icelandic style pullovers and other quick-to-knit sweaters and accessories.
A wonderful hand and drape for either knit or crochet, Quest’s slow striping color changes will mesmerize you as you work. Despite the color changes, Quest shows cables and texture beautifully. With a light and airy chainette construction, Quest has excellent yardage per ball.
Our flagship yarn, La Gran is the best mohair on the market. It is available in so many colors, you will find just the right one for your special project!
Mohair is fine and lustrous and has many of the good qualities of wool. It’s fairly soft and can absorb moisture yet still feel warm and dry. Knitted on a large needle, it’s lightweight and airy. La Gran is spun with a strong binder—a combination of wool and nylon—to secure it. The fluffy surface is the result of a good brushing.
A year round yarn in a sock weight that does so much more than socks, Yuri is made from incredibly soft merino (21 micron) and comes in ten tonally dyed shades. The merino is spun and dyed in Peru and grown in Uruguay, where it is certified to be from woolgrowers that do not practice museling on their sheep. The tone-on-tone dye effect adds a subtle depth to the floral inspired colors.
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Mesa, a soft and sumptuous 100% cotton with tone on tone kettle dyed effect, is available in coordinating sunbaked colors. Outstanding stitch definition makes Mesa perfect for cables, lace and or just plain stockinette. With a gauge of 4½ stitches per inch and 85 yards on each ball, an average sweater can be knit with only 9 balls. Projects worked in Mesa are sure to become some of your favorites – like a pair of faded jeans that fit just right.
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Canyon is part of the MountainTop Collection of naturally colored yarns. Pima cotton combines with just a hint of undyed alpaca, to create a smooth and silky yarn in a perfect weight for summer – each hank has 155 yards and knits at a suggested gauge of 6 sts per inch. The four subtly toned neutral shades are sure to complement everything in your summer wardrobe. Canyon looks great in stitches ranging from plain Stockinette or Garter stitch to intricate lace and cables.
Bella Lino is a lightweight yarn that creates an airy fabric with long, harmonious stripes. The palette of summery shades each have a linen-hued base.
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Cotton and wool combine in this luxurious dk weight yarn giving excellent stitch definition in a sophisticated palette. Perfect for year round wear, babies to adults, in cables, lace, colorwork or plain stockinette. Song does it all beautifully!
Ava is a DK weight merino that is plied with a strand of sparkle. The merino gives the yarn structure and warmth. Perfect for simple to complex patterns, Ava has the right amount of glitz - enough to make any item dressy, but not so much that you couldn't wear it every day.
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