Weight: Aran/Heavy Worsted
Knitting Gauge: 4 - 4.75 sts = 1" on #7 - 9 needles (4.5mm-5.5mm)
Crochet Gauge: 11-14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash / Dry Flat
Practical enough for the campfire and cozy enough for the couch, Woodland Tweed is a merino-alpaca blend that strikes a fine balance between rustic and refined. With just enough alpaca to take best advantage of that downy fiber’s warmth and softness, this largely Merino yarn is warm enough for woodland winters and soft enough to wear against the skin. Gently spun into a loose twist, the downy fibers are given enough play to provide both thermal efficiency and flattering drape, while still maintaining the structure necessary for excellent stitch definition and durability.
Lightly tweedy, neutrally-colored viscose neps are just present enough to create a subtly rustic look in every colorway. Because of its high Merino content, Woodland Tweed makes bouncy cables and textured stitch patterns that pop, and paired with its woodsy color palette, it’s a great choice for cabled pullovers and gansey sweaters, whether your taste is cottagecore or classic! As well as being perfect for warm sweaters and garments of all sorts, this versatile yarn is also soft enough for accessories worn against the skin.
A vivid dark blue, Plunge Pool’s heather features mostly saturated, dark blue with hints of royal blue and wisps of white. It’s dotted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.
A rich dark green, Black Trumpet is created by blending emerald green with black. It’s dusted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.
Box Turtle is a lively yellow-green with hints of brown blended into the heather. It’s dusted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black. Pair it with Grouse for a neutral that features hints of the same shade in its heather.
A soothing sage green, Bunchberry is a soft green heather with hints of cyan and yellow-green blended in. It’s dotted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black. Pair it with another cool-toned shade like Hedgehog.
Woodpecker is a rich, burgundy red with a light haze of cream blended into the heather. It’s dusted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black. Pair it with Badger for a cozy look.
Named after the North American badger’s tan chest, Badger Woodland Tweed is a warm-toned tan heather. Black, cream, and darker tan tweed neps add more shades of the badger’s coat to this yarn.
Inspired by the North American beaver’s ginger-tinged coat, Beaver Woodland Tweed is a warm brown with hints of red blended into the heather. It’s dotted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.
A cool-toned tan, Marmot blends light brown with cream and hints of gray to create a soothing heather. It’s completed with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.
Spotted Owl is a cool-toned light brown. The heathered blend includes light brown, tan, and hints of burgundy, and it’s completed with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black. Pair it with Woodpecker Heather to bring out the hints of burgundy!
Named for North America’s most common squirrel, Gray Squirrel is a smoky taupe heather. Black, cream, and tan tweed neps add more shades of the squirrel’s cuddly coat to this yarn.
Bordering on true charcoal gray, Grouse has hints of green thanks to its heathered blend of black, dark gray, and mossy yellow-green. It’s dusted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black. Pair it with Box Turtle to match the hints of color within the heather
This unique neutral sometimes appears gray, brown, or even slightly green depending on what it’s paired with. The heathered blend is made up of grays and yellow-toned browns. It’s dusted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.
A cool blue-gray heather, Thumper blends hints of navy blue with cream and light gray. It’s dotted with tweed neps in cream, tan, and black.