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Bring home a touch of the countryside with Andes del Campo! Slightly thicker than worsted weight, this rustic yarn will knit up quickly while adding plenty of style and charm to any sweater or cardigan. The light and lofty two-ply of Andes del Campo lets you create textures and cables without any added bulk or weight. A rich selection of heathered shades makes it easy to create cherished sweaters, pullovers and cardigans that
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Bring home a touch of the countryside with Andes del Campo! Slightly thicker than worsted weight, this rustic yarn will knit up quickly while adding plenty of style and charm to any sweater or cardigan. The light and lofty two-ply of Andes del Campo lets you create textures and cables without any added bulk or weight. A rich selection of heathered shades makes it easy to create cherished sweaters, pullovers and cardigans that will keep you warm season after season.
Like looking down into deep ocean waters, Wharf Heather is a complex shade of blues and cool greys. With slightly green undertones, cool midnight blues and cerulean combine with flecks of dark and light grey to create this harbor-inspired shade.
Latte Heather is a creamy light brown that is just as comforting and soothing as your morning cup of coffee. A light tan, khaki, and soft browns combine together with flecks of beige to create this wonderful neutral!
A cool medium brown, Grizzly Heather has more of a gray undertone than Reindeer Heather. A perfect neutral to pair with other cool toned bright colors, like icy blues or create a color gradient of cool browns.
Brass is a heathered golden brown color. The mottled strands feature reds and yellow tones that combine and give an overall brassy combination. It is perfect for fall and pairs beautifully with browns.
Otter Heather is a medium brown with warm undertones. A darker neutral than Latte Heather, subtle hints of sepia, burnt umber and chestnut brown makes Otter Heather a wonderfully rich color on its own.
Cilantro is a vintage yellow green color. The heathered strands transition from soft golden tones to olive and leaf greens for the overall mottled look.
Larch Heather is a rich, deep green color with warm, heathered flecks of olive and brown undertones for added depth of color.
Mystery is a beautiful heathered charcoal grey color. The light neutral grey shade that is mixed in with the deep grey values adds softness to this dark and mysterious color. It could even be used in place of black as a soft black.
Dove is a soft slate grey color. A light neutral grey, Dove pairs beautifully with a wide range of colors for fun and inspiring projects.
Wellies Heather is a true black with small amounts of heathered white throughout, creating a dark black with texture and depth.
Inspired by the warm glow of a bonfire, Smoulder Heather is a rusty burnt orange with mahogany undertones that is combined with heathered flecks of yellow, burgundy, and purple. These subtle heathered colors create a toasty orange with brown undertones that is perfect for fall.
Persimmon is a spicy brownish orange color. A vibrant orange tone is accented with shades of golden yellows and browns giving this heather yarn a rich color combination that is perfect for fall projects.
Hot Rod is a bold brick red color. A heathered yarn, Hot Rod fluctuates with light to dark red tones that will give your project depth and interest.
Sunset Heather is a wonderfully complex color that is filled with the many subtle colors of a sunset. A rich, burgundy red is heathered with subtle flecks of yellow and purple that combine together to create a warm, earthy red when seen from a distance.
Vineyard is a warm red violet color. Close to a medium purple tone, Vineyard has us craving grapes that shimmer with a splash of red in the summer sun. A rich color that will add elegance to your everyday wardrobe.
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