Crochet Gauge: 8–11 sc = 4'' on K-M hooks (6.5mm - 9mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Machine Wash, Tumble dry low
This super soft blend of superwash merino and nylon is plyed together into a light and lofty 2-ply yarn, making Biggo the perfect choice for easy care garments and accessories. The bulky gauge will have your projects flying off your hooks in no time at all! Biggo is also well suited for cozy, oversized sweaters without the time commitment of finer weight yarns.
Icicle Heather is a blustery mix of cool winter tones. A medium cerulean blue combines with soft heathered flecks of navy, blue-violet, and cream. Icicle Heather is also wonderful as a transition color when paired with other blues-greens, purples, and blues.
North Pole Heather is a color reminiscent of cool shadows on a snow-covered field. Hints of sky and powder blue are combined with heathered flecks of cream for a soft and understated light blue.
Sapphire is a luxurious midnight blue color with a slight purple hue. Named after the gemstone Sapphire, this heathered blue shines with variable tones of blues and purples much like its name sake. A rich color that appeals to both men and women.
Calypso is a vibrant turquoise blue color. Blue green in tone, Calypso reminds us of the sparkling blue and green colors that can be seen in the deepest parts of the ocean. It’s a lively color that will brighten up any wardrobe and looks great when used in color work.
Aurora is a deep hunter green color. A heathered yarn, it ranges in color from a dark almost black green to a medium grass green. The gradual transition of the green tones gives Aurora a rich and luxurious look to any project.
Bamboo Heather is an earthy moss green color that gets its vibrancy from flecks of yellow-green and avocado while soft heathered flecks of charcoal, brown, and cream help to tone down the brighter colors to create this lovely shade.
Tansy Heather is the color of golden wheat, swaying in the afternoon sun at harvest time. Flaxen and subdued, this orange yellow color will look smashing when worked alongside dark blues and stony greys.
Autumn Heather is a rusty reddish brown color. True to the red and golden tones found in fall leaves, Autumn's heathered look will add depth and interest to your next fall project.
A deliciously deep ruby red, Garnet Heather shimmers with highlights of crimson and auburn. The brick red tones keep the overall shade cool.
Raspberry is a pinkish orange color that will make a bold and bright addition to your yarn stash.
Sparkling amethyst purple. Dutchess Heather is a regal purple, with flashes of fuchsia and indigo in this deep rich purple.
Indigo is an inviting combination of blues and purples that give you the overall indigo blue tone. Pair it with purples and violets to play up the purple values or with dark blues to bring out more of the blue tones.
Magnolia is a medium, dusty pink color with a slight greyish undertone. A soft heathered color, Magnolia incorporates a variety of color tones from delicate pale pinks and purples to a faint dusty grey. The result being an overall mottled color, much like the petals of a Pink Star Magnolia tree.
Named after the Burgundian grape family, Pinot Heather is a dense maroon red. Lush and intoxicating, its depth of redness reaches the darkest end of the color spectrum.
Rabbit Heather is a mix of raw umber, tan and wheat that combine together to create a stunning and complex neutral.
Asphalt is a dark heathered grey color. Much like the asphalt we drive on, it shows color variations throughout the strand giving it depth and natural texture. It could be used in place of black, although it isn’t a true black.
Cobblestone is a dusty ashen grey color. The heathered strands add depth and texture with shades of lighter and darker grey tones throughout. A fabulous color that is perfect for that cozy sweater that you will enjoy on chilly winter days and nights.
An undyed version of Biggo, Bare is wonderful to use on its own or simply as a complement to any of the other delightful colorways. Also works wonderfully to tone down brighter shades or experiment with dyes to create your own custom colorway.