Hibernatum in Inca Alpaca
Inca Alpaca is soft, sturdy and very warm--even when wet. Alpaca is a smoother fiber than wool, giving it a luster that many wools lack. It’s also a dry fiber; there’s no lanolin to worry about if you’re one of the folks who reacts to lanolin in wool. The great color range in Inca Alpaca make it great for patterns with multiple colors.
XS/S (M/L, XL). Shown in size XL.
To fit head circ: 18 (20, 22+)”
Inca Alpaca by Classic Elite Yarns (100% baby alpaca; 50 g = approx 109 yards)
2 hanks 1135 Cala Cala Moss
Circular knitting needle (16”) in size US 6 and 7 (4 and 4.5 mm) or size to obtain gauge.
24 sts and 32 rows = 4” slightly stretched in Horizontal Rectangles
(see Pattern Stitches) on larger needles. Take time to save time,
check your gauge.