Weight: Aran/Heavy Worsted
Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat
Simply Alpaca Aran
You’d have to be an alpaca to get a more natural fiber, this is all of the compelling, next-to-skin softness of alpaca for the sustainably minded. The natural warmth of alpaca fiber combine with the heavier weight to create a wonderful yarn for luxuriously cozy garments and accessories that work up in a jiffy. No dyes or bleach are used to process the yarn; a full spectrum of natural shades are created by meticulously sorting the fiber. As colors are naturally occurring, some variation from skein to skein is normal.
The warm camel color of Aldous is twisted with the pearly off-white of Alaina.
A dark charcoal grey is twisted with the pearly off-white of Alaina.
The medium chocolate brown of Alton is twisted with the pearly off-white of Alaina.
This warm camel color has a rich tawny undertone that shows equally well with dark brown Alton and light creamy Alma.
This sandy grey-brown color is a blend of darker tan, pale grey and light cream. Pair for a light contrast to dark brown Alton, or warm up grey Alfie or Alison.
A medium chocolate brown color, Alton is the perfect dark counterpart to use as an accent color when combined with lighter colors like Alfonse or Alma.
This darkest asphalt grey is nearly black with subtle heathering of charcoal and white, adding definition to the twist. The alpaca of choice for photographer and Knit Picks Purchaser Alexis.
This light grey is generally silver in color with with heathered strands ranging from almost white to charcoal grey. The elevating tone for darkest grey Alexis and medium Alison.
Personally approved by Knit Picks Director Alison, this granite grey has rich heathering of lighter silver and subtle white. A perfect palette with black Alexis and light grey Alfie.
This creamy almond color is a light warm neutral with enough tone to register more as a pale khaki tan than an off white. Perfect for a warmer light neutral alternative to white Alaina, such as pairing with dark brown Alton or light Alphonse.
A bright argent grey in color, this blend tends to white lightly heathered with misty grey. Lighter grey than Alfie, forms the pale end of a lovely grey spectrum with darker grey Alison and almost black Alexis.
A pearly white, this color is remarkably pure for a natural fiber with only slight tones of warmer off-white cream, making it a perfect light neutral.