Crochet Gauge: 8–11 sc = 4'' on K-M hooks (6.5mm - 9mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat
Wool of the Andes Bulky
Wool of the Andes Bulky is a heavy weight yarn that crochets up quickly into thick and cushy projects. Bulky weight sweaters in this classic wool will keep you warm in almost any weather, while bulky accessories can be finished that much quicker. From richly textured weekend hats to the most delightfully chunky cables, this is the perfect yarn for that last minute project.
Cadet is a bluish grey color. Similar to the color of military uniforms from the American Civil War era, Cadet has a timeless and vintage look. It knits up beautifully as a focal color, or when paired with other colors like lighter blues and greens.
Ciel is a stormy medium blue with muted grey undertones. With subtle hints of steel blue and an understated cornflower, Ciel is a lovely blue that is that soft and refined. UUse this with other muted colors for a soft color palette or use it in a gradient of dramatic blues.
Clarity is a very light powder blue that'll have you thinking of snowy woods in winter or an iced-over pond. This versatile color is light enough to stand as an accent color to add a bit of contrast against a variety of colors.
A classic that can't be improved upon, Navy is the perfect dark blue. This stylish color looks lovely with nearly every color!
Winter Night is a royal blue color. Similar in tone to the deep night sky of a chilly winter evening, Winter Night will have you longing for a cloudless night of star gazing. A beautiful jewel tone, it is looks great when paired with other jewel tones as well as with softer colors.
Spruce is a deep teal color that is named for the deep blue and green tones of a Spruce tree. This rich jewel tone will add a touch of elegance to your next project. It looks great when paired with other jewel tones as well as with pastels.
Fern is a medium olive green color. Like the crisp beautiful leaves of a fresh fern nestled under the forest trees, Fern shines with a rich combination of green and yellow hues for a fabulous green that looks great with a variety of colors!
Lumberjack is a dark yellow green color with black undertones. A rich natural green, it reflects the colors of the evergreen trees in the forest.
Thyme is a medium olive green color. Like the dried herb it is named after, Thyme is a classic yellow green that has a cozy and vintage appeal.
A rich, golden yellow reminiscent of daffodils and summer wheat, Honey is a brilliant color. It's perfect for pop of color on a mostly neutral garment, or use it by itself for a real show-stopper.
Masala is a rusty, brownish orange color. Like the combination of South Asian spices it is named after, Masala will give your wardrobe a warm and spicy touch. A rich color that is perfect for your next fall project.
Cranberry is a deep vibrant red color. An absolute gem, Cranberry shines like a beautiful ruby does and will be a favorite to knit with and wear. Combine with luscious greens like Evergreen and Jalapeno for a festive holiday project.
Currant is a deep red violet color with brown undertones. Very close to a maroon or dark burgundy, Currant is a rich jewel tone color that you won't be able to resist.
Fairy Tale is a regal magenta purple, a transitional hue that can make the gradient of your dreams come true. Combine it with warm shades for a charming combination, or try it with light neutrals like cream for an enchanted palette that will make your projects live happily ever after.
Fedora is a chocolaty brown color with black undertones. An intense vintage brown that reminds us of worn leather, this could will give your projects a classic look. Pair it with lighter neutrals to tone down the rich brown tones, or combine with dark colors for a warm and cozy appeal.
Coal is as dark as it's namesake, a classic true black. An essential to have in your yarn stash.
Gosling is a medium grey with a barely there hint of green undertones. This delicate color works excellently as a subtle transition color for complex colorwork projects and fares just as well on its own for those who love to work with muted color palettes.
Mist is a charcoal grey color. Along the lines of graphite, this deep grey is ideal for a wide range of projects. It looks great as a main color or for color work when combined with pastels or jewel tones.
Very close to deep graphite, Stormy is a dark blue grey color that reminds us of the color of the sky as a storm rolls in.
A pure, snowy white color, White is a true neutral that will pair well with any other color.