Knitting Gauge: 3 - 3.75 sts = 1" on #10 - 11 needles (6.0mm-8.0mm)
Crochet Gauge: 8–11 sc = 4'' on K-M hooks (6.5mm - 9mm)
Put Up: hank
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat
Wool of the Andes Bulky Yarn
Wool of the Andes Bulky is a heavy weight yarn that knits up quickly into thick and cushy projects. Bulky weight sweaters in this classic wool will keep you warm in almost any weather, while bulky accessories can be finished that much quicker. From richly textured weekend hats to the most delightfully chunky cables, this is the perfect yarn for that last minute project.
Wool of the Andes is also available in Sport and Worsted weights; the machine washable convenience of Superwash in Worsted and Superwash in Bulky; and the classic style of rustic Tweed.
Cadet is a bluish gray color. Similar to the color of military uniforms from the American Civil War era, Cadet has a timeless and vintage look. It knits up beautifully as a focal color, or in color work.
Navy is a deep, dark blue color. One of the darkest shades of blue, Navy can be mistaken for black at a quick glance. This rich color will add a classic color scheme to your wardrobe whether you wear it for a relaxing weekend at home or in the office.
Yonder is a delicate sky blue with very subtle muted undertones. This lovely pastel is reminiscent of a light cornflower blue yet is soft enough to work as a focal color. Pair this with darker blues for a dramatic look, or use Yonder as a pop of color in your next colorwork hat.
Beach Glass is a delicate blue green that sparkles and shines like the sun shimmering across the ocean. It looks beautiful with other soft colors or darker blues and greens.
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. It looks great when paired with other jewel tones as well as with pastels.
Avocado is a bright yellow green color. Close in shade to the inside of the avocado fruit and a bit deeper in tone than a green apple. This fun and vibrant color looks great when combined with oranges, yellows, greens and browns like Fedora and Chocolate.
Lumberjack is a dark yellow green color with black undertones. A rich natural green, it reflects the colors of the evergreen trees in the forest. A luxurious color that will look great on a variety of skin tones.
Honey is a rich golden yellow color with a brownish undertone. Similar in color to the honey we eat, this warm yellow pairs beautifully with browns, greens and oranges - perfect for your fall knitting projects.
Masala is a rusty, brownish orange color. Like the combination of South Asian spices it is named after, Masala will give your wardrobe a warm and spicy touch. A rich color that is perfect for your next fall project. It looks fabulous when combined with Clover, Bark, Ivy and Cornmeal.
You'll instantly be smitten with Crush, a color inspired by shades of bright red strawberries and fresh raspberries! Crush shows off bright reds, soft carnation pinks, mauve, red-violets, burgundy, and deep carmine red for a color that is truly crush-worthy.
Red is a deep orange-red. This bold color will make a statement when combined with whites and crèmes for a festive look or with the deep colors for a warm and cozy style.
Wine is a luscious burgundy red color, similar to a deep brick red tone it shines like a fine glass of wine. A romantic color, wine will add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe.
Blackberry is a rich, jewel toned purple with blue undertones. This lavish color is fresh for picking and combining with other jewel tones for a luxurious project. Pair with other purple tones to play up the purple values or with blues to enhance the blue tones of this beautiful color.
Caribou is a soft brown that is very close to a light espresso color. A sable brown, Caribou is a creamy brown that is much lighter than Peat. Perfect for pairing with neutrals and other earth tones.
Chocolate is a delectable rich brown color that makes us crave a yummy candy bar. A dark brown that works for both men and women alike. When paired with lighter neutrals and vibrant orange tones it shines for the office or weekend attire.
Hazelnut is a dark reddish brown color. A russet brown, Hazelnut has us dreaming of freshly brewed hazelnut flavored latte’s that are very popular here in the Northwest. A beautiful color that would look great in a fall sweater or vest.
Porcini is a dusty toasted sunflower seed color with a pinkish undertone. A classic neutral to keep on hand, Porcini is reminiscent of the soft browns that you find on mushroom caps.
Coal is a classic ebony color. Not a true black, but is so close that it can be substituted where black is needed. An essential color to have in your yarn stash.
Silver is a slate gray color. An elegant neutral grey, Silver is lighter than Pewter. It is a must to keep in your yarn stash. It is the perfect shade that will go with every color.
Stormy is a dark blue grey color that reminds us of the color of the sky as a storm rolls in. Very close to deep graphite, Stormy is a charcoal grey that looks great as a solid color or paired with Damson Plum for example.
Wallaby is a medium brown-grey with golden undertones, similar to a darker shade of taupe. A mid-tone, it can appear as a warm grey when paired with cooler tones, such as greys, or as a cool brown when paired with warmer tones, such as browns.