Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sc=4" on I-K hooks
Put Up: Skein
Care: Machine Wash Gentle/Tumble Dry Low
Wool of the Andes Superwash Worsted
For the sweater you'll wear a thousand times or the blanket you'll use every night, our classic wool yarn is spun and plied carefully to achieve a wonderfully balanced twist. Spun from Peruvian wool, the strong fiber has an excellent balance of structure, loft, and drape that serves a wide variety of uses. Wonderfully warm for all weather, this sturdy, all-purpose yarn has excellent stitch definition and heirloom durability. It is ideal for cabled sweaters, textured stitch afghans, and everyday accessories.
Wool of the Andes Superwash is the same worsted weight Peruvian wool, specially treated to prevent felting so you can enjoy all the warmth, structure, and durability of wool with the convenience of machine washing. Usable for all the same things as regular Wool of the Andes, the superwash version is particularly excellent for projects that are heavily used or difficult to hand wash, such as gloves, blankets, and children's clothes.
Wool of the Andes Superwash is also available in Superwash Bulky. Feltable hand wash Wool of the Andes is available in Sport, Worsted, and Bulky weights, plus the classic style of rustic Tweed.
A royal blue of the most majestic type, Celestial sits between navy and bright blue on the spectrum. It's fit for a king or queen!
Delft is a dreamy dark blue. The heathered strands blend blues, reds and violets beautifully for the overall look that almost has an indigo or denim quality.
A gorgeous icy turquoise, Fjord looks like it came straight out of a glacier. It's charcoal tones give it depth and a bit of warmth.
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.
Like the classic seafaring coat it is named for, Peacoat is a navy color so dark that it borders on black. This seriously dark shade of blue has a distinguished appeal and will look perfect as the main color of a traditional Gansey sweater.
A gorgeous jewel of a yarn, Solstice Heather is a dark sapphire blue with hints of plum and eggplant.
Wonderland Heather is a delicate light blue color. It has more green than a traditional baby blue giving it a slight teal undertone. The heathered strands range from almost white to medium ice blue.
Marina is a vibrant blue green color. A bold teal, Marina, will remind you of the deep, glistening blue green waters of the ocean.
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.
Aurora Heather is a deep emerald heather, with hints of bright Kelly green and a green that's so dark it's almost black. The depth of color provided by the heathered blend of different shades of green gives Aurora a rich and luxurious look to any project.
Avocado is a bright, warm yellow-green color. It's close to the actual color of an avocado and a bit deeper in tone than a green apple.
Bamboo Heather is an earthy moss green that gets its vibrancy from flecks of yellow-green and avocado. Soft heathered flecks of charcoal, brown, and cream help to tone down the brighter colors to create this lovely, natural shade.
Grass is lovely bright kelly green, reminiscent of fresh spring foliage. It complements yellow greens as well as darker shades of browns and blues beautifully.
Everglade Heather is a medium jungle green, almost emerald. This gleaming shade of green has a blue undertone and would complement other jewel tones.
Peapod is the color of fresh-cut grass, sprouting seeds, and leafy shade trees. This happy shade will remind you of springtime blooms. Peapod is a light green, but not as yellow-based as lime or chartreuse green, so it will compliment many different skin tones.
A unique dark green, Mossy Heather blends together black, green, and chartreuse to create a complex heather, reminiscent of forest moss.
Noble Heather is a cool evergreen color with soft heathered flecks of charcoal gray and silver throughout, giving it complexity and depth. Well-suited for both men?s and women?s projects.
Pampas is an olive green color that has a slight vintage tone. The variable shades of yellows, greens and touches of brown are similar to the prairie grasses and herbs found in the pampas lowlands of South America.
Shire Heather is a cool and complex color that blends dark brown with heathered flecks of blues, teals, and mossy greens. This makes Shire Heather a very versatile color, allowing it to pick up hints of other colors that it is paired with. It would also work extremely well as a transition color from browns to blues or greens.
Brass Heather is a warm golden brown color. The mottled strands feature reds and yellow tones, perfect for fall.
Creme Brulee is a soft custard yellow color that is as tantalizing as the dessert it was named after. This delicate yellow will look great combined with other bright spring colors or would make a beautiful accent color combined with darker colors such as blue.
Buttercup bridges the gap between a true primary yellow and a unique, not-quite-neon shade of candied lemon. This exuberant shade will make the perfect accent color when paired with darker neutrals like Peacoat or Coal.
A warm golden yellow, Semolina is sunny and bright. It's guaranteed to cheer up any project!
Persimmon is a warm orange-brown reminiscent of fall leaves. The vibrant orange base tone, accented with shades of golden yellows and medium browns, gives this heather yarn a rich color combination.
Pumpkin is a rich, creamy brownish-orange color. It is as welcoming as pumpkins and dried mums by the front door for fall. Combine with browns, reds, and neutrals for a fun and colorful fall project.
Energetic rays of ripe tangerine meld with strands of safety cone orange, resulting in the bold, molten shade that is Solar Flare Heather.
Firecracker Heather is a bold red-orange color. Close to a tomato red, Firecracker will spice up your next project. Pair with dark blues for some festive flare or with oranges and browns for some fall inspiration.
A deliciously deep ruby red, Garnet Heather shimmers with highlights of crimson and auburn. The brick red lowlights keep the overall tone cool.
Dragonfruit is an intense tropical shade of fuchsia that borders on hot pink. This electric shade will look superb as a stand alone color or as an accent color in modern Fair Isle.
Red is a bright red, somewhat cool with blue undertones. This bold color will make a statement when combined with whites and creams for a festive look or with the deep colors for a warm and cozy style.
A delicate pink color, Blossom has highlights of white that will remind you of dogwood blossoms bursting forth in the springtime.
Like warm flushed cheeks, Rouge is a vivid fuchsia that shines with an almost neon intensity. Perfect for bright cheery garments on its own or for a pop of color with neutrals.
Amethyst is a rich warm violet. A lavish jewel tone, it's a purple lover's dream! It works wonderfully with cool blues or warm reds.
Columbine Heather is a vibrant warm purple. It has more red than a true purple and somewhat resembles grape juice. It would be gorgeous in a full garment or to add some contrast to a more neutral pattern.
Fairy Tale is a regal magenta purple, a transitional hue that can make the gradient of your dreams come true. More pink than Columbine, and more purple than Hollyberry, this versatile color can work among purples, pinks, and reds equally well, for an enchanted palette that will have your projects living happily ever after.
Haze Heather is a light lavender with a cool gray undertone. Rose pink, navy blue, and white highlights blend together to create this versatile shade that will match with lots of different garments in your wardrobe.
Indigo Heather is a dark purple with warm plum and dark navy highlights. It pairs well with either warm or cool shades.
The richness of eggplant meets the tantalizing lush tones of red violet, resulting in the intoxicatingly complex color of Night Shade Heather.
Almond is a khaki tan color. The shade of creamy nougat, Almond is a good neutral to have in your yarn stash. It is perfect for pairing with a wide range of colors and is great as a focal color too.
Bittersweet is a very dark, rich brown. Much like the rich bittersweet chocolate it is named after this luscious deep brown is a staple in your yarn stash. It’s perfect for use as a focal color or in color work. Pair it with lighter browns or with oranges and greens for a festive fall project.
Briar Heather is a warm medium brown with tan highlights. It's an excellent, versatile neutral.
A light tan, Camel Heather is warm with yellow undertones and subtle cream highlights.
Chocolate is a delectable rich brown color that makes us crave a yummy candy bar. When paired with lighter neutrals or vibrant tones it shines for the office or weekend attire.
Merlot is a deep reddish brown color, similar to a raisin or currant. The highlights range from light golden yellows to a dark raspberry red.
Oyster Heather is a light beige that's warmer than cream but still an excellent neutral that would pair well with brights or deeper colors.
Rooibos Heather is a spicy blend of toasty oranges and reds with warm flecks of rich, dark browns mixed throughout.
Coal is as dark as it's namesake, a classic true black. An essential to have in your yarn stash.
Cobblestone Heather is a dusty ashen grey color. The heathered strands add depth and texture with shades of lighter and darker grey tones throughout.
A light slate gray with cream highlights, Dove Heather is one of the most versatile grays around. It works equally well with brights, darks, heathers and other neutrals.
Marble is a cool medium gray, and just like true marble has variations of light and dark tones, our heathered Marble yarn does too. This beautiful neutral goes with a wide range of colors for extreme versatility.
Like a sparkly crystal, Mineral Heather's beautiful blue-gray color shines and shimmers. It has highlights of warm amethyst and light gray that give surprising depth.
Opal Heather is a dusty turquoise, a light blue-green with a gray undertone. Look closely, and you will see subtle bits of rose pink and lemon yellow peeking out from the yarn. Despite being such a colorful mix, this yarn is actually quite subtle. Like an impressionist painting, you don't notice all of the colors until you examine Opal Heather closely.
White is a true neutral it will go with any color palette as an accent or focal color.