Knitting Gauge: 5.5 sts=1" on #5-6 needles (3.75mm - 4.0mm)
Crochet Gauge: 12-17 sc = 4'' on 7-I hooks (4.5mm - 5.5mm)
Put Up: Ball
Care: Hand Wash / Dry Flat
Alpaca Cloud DK
Alpaca Cloud DK is a soft, light, and amazingly warm fiber made of 100% Baby Alpaca. The DK weight is perfect for garments intended to be worn next to the skin, or special cold-weather accessories. Alpaca Cloud will give you an endless range of hues for projects sure to become your absolute favorites.
Traces of indigo and whispers of silver travel throughout this foundation of denim blue, making Kirsten a natural choice for those wanting a cooler shade of blue. Pair with Magnus or Bromwyn for a soothing seaworthy colorway.
A saturated shade of navy with an underlying indigo hue, Victor is a stately color befitting of use as the foundation for your next sophisticated sweater.
Tones of teal and graphite intertwine, resulting in the distinguished oceanic color that is Magnus. A muted jewel tone, this brooding blue-green shade will look right at home when used in conjunction wth such colors as Collette or Leonardo.
Pigments of warm goldenseal intermingle with lowlights of dark ochre. This earthy mustard color is just the shade to reach for when the need for a bold statement color is at hand.
A distinctive color, Elizabeth is a rich brick red heather. Combining a cool red with just a little bit of black, this shade will set any project apart from the rest.
A dark reddish-pink, Mary has blue undertones that give it a cool appearance. It's an unusual, striking color that would shine on its own or in a spectrum with reds, pinks, or blues.
A saturated royal purple color, Audrey's rich jewel-toned hue makes it a stunning pop color. Pair with Lisette and Natalia for a rich and elegant gradient.
With subtle wisps of teal and vibrant violet, Marguirette is a lovely plum color with both blue and red undertones.
At first glance, Nora looks like a shadowy pale purple. Look closer and you'll see a blend of pale peach and grey blue strands joining forces to create this unique and dusky color, making it equally suited to being part of a brown or purple gradient.
Rich shades of chestnut and sable create the loveliness of Lewis. Use with Leonardo and Collette for the ultimate neutral gradient.
The creamy oatmeal color of Molesley is a lovely natural hue that would look wonderful as the highlight of a brown spectrum or other dark neutrals.
A dark, nearly anthracite grey, Carson has just a hint of white. Perfect as a grounding accent to brighter colors or as the bottom note in a grey spectrum.