Fiber Content: 80% Fine Merino Wool, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon
Weight: Fingering Weight
Knitting Gauge: 7-8 sts = 1 on #1-3 needles (2.25mm - 3.25mm)
Crochet Gauge: 21 – 32 sc = 4'' on B - E hooks (2.25mm-3.5mm)
Yards: 230
Grams: 50
Put Up: ball
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat

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Capretta Yarn

$5.45 50g / ball  Original Price: $7.79


Last Chance for non-superwash Capretta.

Take fine-gauge knits to a new level of luxury with Capretta! Made in Peru, this cushiony soft fingering weight yarn is sure to be love at first stitch; blending Merino and cashmere together with a touch of nylon for strength. Capretta is perfect for special socks, luxurious mitts, soft scarves and lightweight cardigans that you will want to wear all year long. For an instant touch of elegance, wrap yourself up in a simple shawl or stole to enjoy the lush warmth of Capretta.
Retail: $7.79
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5 out of 5 stars

Make that Sagebrush colour.

5 out of 5 stars

My autumn knit last year was the Coddingon wrap in aqua blue. This yarn is amazingly warm and very soft. I would not suggest it for an item that gets much wear such as socks or mitts but I love my wrap and wore it all through this very cold winter we just came through.

2 out of 5 stars

This yarn is very soft, but the fingerless mitts I made with it began pilling after the first wear, and after about the 5th time I'd worn them, they had begun to felt. The design on the mitts is pretty much ruined, and I'm quite disappointed. I purchased quite a bit of it, unfortunately.

5 out of 5 stars

I wanted to make a pair of warm and soft socks for the at home in the winter. They turned out soft and very warm. They stretch a little so I am hoping they will bounce back to shape when I wash them. This is one of my favorites. I plan to make a shawl or cowl next.

5 out of 5 stars

Just tried Capra/Capretta for the first time.... Delicious! So soft you'd think it was 100% cashmere and it works up with a beautiful hand. I've combined it with a variegated yarn using a traditional Faire Isle peerie that I reworked. It looks and feels FABULOUS! I priced similar yarns from everywhere and once again KintPicks has done it. Excellent quality for generally half price, making their sale just a stupid bargain. If you have a few $ to spend, don't waste it on another brand.

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