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Introduce texture to your handknits in a whole new way with Wool of the Andes Tweed! Available in a rich and elegant color palette, Wool of the Andes Tweed is ideal for Aran sweaters, cables, and braids. Our classic worsted weight wool combines with earthy-colored flecks of Donegal tweed, which are viscose neps (think slubs or bits of lint) that are suspended in a very fine acrylic mesh which allows them to be spun alongside the
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Introduce texture to your handknits in a whole new way with Wool of the Andes Tweed! Available in a rich and elegant color palette, Wool of the Andes Tweed is ideal for Aran sweaters, cables, and braids. Our classic worsted weight wool combines with earthy-colored flecks of Donegal tweed, which are viscose neps (think slubs or bits of lint) that are suspended in a very fine acrylic mesh which allows them to be spun alongside the wool fibers. In the yarn, you wont be able to see the acrylic web at all, and the neps will appear either on the surface of the yarn or spun inside the yarn strand. The tweedy Donegal neps add a rustic and traditional appeal to everything from sweaters and outerwear to hats and mitts. By combining durability and excellent stitch definition with small flecks of neps, you will instantly transform any project into a true classic.
North Pole Heather is a color reminiscent of cool shadows on a snow-covered field. Hints of sky and powder blue are combined with heathered flecks of cream for a soft and understated light blue.
Marine Heather is a dark blue green color. It makes us long for a relaxing day at the beach or at the marina watching the deep blue and green waves lap at the shoreline. A jewel tone itself, it looks great when paired with other jewel tones.
Prussian Heather is indigo blue, the color of dark wash jeans. This deep blue started out with a navy base, but it was lightened with hints of cerulean heather to give the look of dark distressed denim.
Brass Heather is a 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.
Reindeer is a rich milk chocolate brown color. Like that candy bar that calls your name, Reindeer will too with its heathered strands of light golden and reddish brown tones that will welcome you on a chilly fall day. Pair it with golden tones to bring out the golden flecks and with deep reds or browns to let the brown shine.
Lost Lake Heather is a dusty blue green color. Turquoise blue and yellow flecks give Lost Lake a mottled look like a lake nestled deep in the woods surrounded by lavish trees as the sun sneaks in and reflects beautiful blue and green tones on the water.
Dill Heather is a medium yellow green with gray undertones. Reminiscent of the color of fresh dill, this heather green features flecks of yellow and olive green tones for a beautiful shade you will want to wrap yourself in any time of the year.
Forest is a medium misty yellow green color. Like the many shades of green found in the forest, it combines strands of yellow and a variety of greens for its beautiful heathered look.
Wellies Heather is a true black with small amounts of heathered white throughout, creating a dark black with texture and depth.
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.
Papaya is a medium pink color with orange undertones. Flecks of soft magenta and yellow orange colors give this heathered yarn a warm salmon glow.
Garnet is a dark red color. Close in color to pomegranate seeds, Garnet is a rich jewel tone that will stand out for work or play. Pair it with Ivy for a beautiful holiday color scheme or with Navy for a little patriotic flare.
Firecracker is a bold red orange color. Close to a tomato red, Firecracker will spice up your next project. Pair with dark blues for some fun patriotic flare or with orange and browns for some fall inspiration.
Autumn Heather is a rusty reddish brown color. True to the red and golden tones found in fall leaves, Autumn's heathered look will add depth and interest to your next fall project.
Indigo is an inviting combination of blues and purples that give you the overall indigo blue tone. Pair it with purples and violets to play up the purple values or with dark blues to bring out more of the blue tones.
Claret Heather is a regal red violet color. Rich in tones, Claret features shades of dark purples and reds for a lavish heather color that reminds of a tantalizing red wine.
Sequoia Heather combines shades of dark pine green and cool charcoal to produce a rich color that is reminiscent of exploring through a deep forest on a misty morning.
Down Heather is a blend of warm, cream spun with small amounts of dark brown fibers to give it a rustic, traditional appeal - a great choice for any cabled or Aran sweater.
Barn Door Heather is a rich mix of shades including burgundy, mulberry, wine and eggplant - combining together to create an elegant and timeless color.
Oyster is a creamy off white color that is darker than Cream. It is very similar to a light mocha with its light beige tone. A soft neutral, Oyster is perfect for use with a wide range of colors.
Thirst Heather is a color that will quench your craving for misty shades of blues and greens, combining a seafoam green and soft cerulean with muted undertones.
Flagstone Heather is a warm grey with varying shades of silver, slate and hints of charcoal. This versatile and classic shade is a wonderful choice for both men's and women's sweaters.
Rabbit Heather is a mix of raw umber, tan and wheat that combine together to create a stunning and complex neutral, perfect for both men's and women's garments.
Farmhouse Heather combines a cool, dark brown spun with subtle hints of taupe and a rich burgundy for added complexity and depth.
I used Flagstone to knit my grandson a hoodie. I am very satisfied with the results. But the best part , so is he....
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