Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash / Dry Flat
High Desert Tweed
Traditional tweed meets American wool with High Desert Tweed! Rich colors and eye-capturing neutrals were inspired by the Oregon high desert environment, and the flecks of tweed are reminiscent of the landscape dotted with sheep. Beyond the inspiration for its colors, High Desert is made with American-grown wool from the Shaniko Wool Company in Oregon. The irresistibly soft fibers are processed in South Carolina and dyed and milled in North Carolina to become this worsted-weight yarn.
High Desert Tweed is a great choice for cozy garments and accessories. Its tight twist provides beautiful stitch definition, and it makes wonderfully bouncy cables and textured stitches. The amount of tweed neps strikes the right balance to add interest without competing with complex stitch patterns, and the American wool is a luxurious blend of Merino and Merino-Rambouillet, incredibly soft fibers that are perfect for pieces worn next to the skin.
High Desert Tweed can be paired with High Desert Worsted for even more color options.
Raincloud is a very subtly heathered cerulean blue. Tan, cream, and black tweed neps are sprinkled across it like a scattering of raindrops.
Mimicking the pristine clarity of the night sky on a cold winter's night, Stargazing's serene slate blue color shines through from the darkest cosmic depths. Cream, black, and tan tweed neps mimic the stars and planets in the night sky.
An irresistible emerald green with teal undertones, Outlaw will steal your heart. Cream, black, and tan tweed neps add even more dimension to this dramatic color.
Cream, black, and tan tweeds are dotted across an olive green with gray undertones to create Pinyon Pine High Desert.
Named after the proud yellow chest of the Meadowlark bird, Meadowlark High Desert is a rich mustard yellow with cool undertones.
The stunning tail feathers of the Red-tailed Hawk were the inspiration for this rich orange with brown undertones. It’s dusted with cream, black, and tan tweed neps.
Yamhill is a rich wine color that straddles burgundy and purple, and it features a slight brown undertone. Cream, black, and tan tweed neps add even more dimension to this rich color.
Like a well-worn piece of leather, Boot Leather is a dark gray-brown with purple undertones. It’s flecked with tan, cream, and black tweed neps.
The color of a coyote’s coat, this yarn is a medium gray-brown. It’s flecked with tan, cream, and black tweed neps.
A warm light brown, Pika has a hint of an orange undertone. Cream, black, and tan tweed neps add even more dimension to this cozy neutral.
A light gray with tan undertones, Kinglet takes the crown for neutrals! Its soft gray color is enhanced with black, cream, and tan tweed.
Named after one of Shaniko Wool Company’s herding dogs, Sadie is a dark gray heather, almost black. It’s flecked with tan, cream, and black tweed neps.
Birch is a light, eggshell white shade, studded with flecks of brown, black, and tan Donegal tweed, reminiscent of the different tones of birch bark.