Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sts sc = 4" on I-K hooks
Put Up: Hank
Care: Machine Wash Gentle Cold / Tumble Dry Low
Like the fabric for which it's named, Twill is a hearty yarn with structure, just perfect for hats, scarves, mittens, and fitted garments. The 3-ply twist and satisfying density of this 100% Merino wool yarn results in absolutely gorgeous stitch definition, making both intricate cables and straightforward stockinette shine. Twill is everything you'd want in a yarn: it's bouncy, substantial, and luxuriously soft—it blocks beautifully too! Twill's lovely sheen and next-to-skin softness combined with its machine-washable convenience make it the stash essential you'll reach for again and again.
A luxurious dark blue-green color, Dungaree satisfies our want for a rich teal-tinted blue. This saturated jewel tone shines brightly on its own, but would also look fantastic paired with Gold Rush or Graphite.
Jade is a calming blue-green color. It's a beautiful color on its own for statement accessories, but it also pairs well with Lavender or Oatmeal for a relaxing look.
Similar to the blue-green color of weathered sea glass, Voyage Heather reminds us of the vintage glass floats once used by fisher folk.
A yellow green, Fiddlehead resembles the variety of edible fern it is named after. Pair it with Gold Rush or Black Cherry for a rich gem-y color scheme.
Serpent Heather is a warm golden brown color with a green undertone. This earthy caramel color makes a stunning focal color, especially when paired with dark blues and light greys.
Gold Rush is a brownish, orange yellow color. Inspired by the golden tones of spices found in South Asia, Gold Rush is a perfect color to use in your fall wardrobe.
Black Cherry Heather is a deep and complex berry color. A dark red violet color that will add elegance and charm to your wardrobe.
Crabapple is a rich berry red color. Close in resemblance to Hollyberry, this jewel tone looks fabulous when combined with neutrals and other jewel tones.
Rose Water Heather is delicate floral pink shade with the faintest hint of a purple undertone. This pale pink will add a softness to your colorwork and finer gauge knits.
A vivid purple with magenta undertones, Eggplant will delight purple lovers. Let it shine on its own, or use it with Lavender for a tonal look.
Like its namesake, Lavender is a frosty, cool-toned purple. It’s a dreamy pastel that adds gentle sophistication to any project.
Graphite is a dark charcoal grey color. Just shy of a soft black, this leaden ashy tone is a wonderful staple to have in your stash.
Sea Salt Heather is a light warm grey with silver highlights. A lovely platinum shade, this pale neutral looks lovely on its own or used in gradients.
Horchata is a warm neutral, with soft hints of oatmeal, limestone, and almond. Pair with Gold Rush or Fiddlehead for a rich contrast.
As cozy as a warm bowl of oatmeal, this color is a rich neutral that strikes a balance between light brown and tan. Oatmeal has warm undertones and looks gorgeous next to Eggplant.