Stone Soup from Bare Naked Wools

Stone Soup

from Bare Naked Wools
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
300 yards
(274 meters)
115 grams
(4.06 ounces)
18.0 to 22.0 sts
= 4 inches
US 4 - 9 or 3.5 - 5.5mm
18% Wool - Navajo-Churro
18% Wool - Lincoln
18% Wool - Columbia
18% Wool - Rambouillet
15% Camelid - Alpaca
3% Manufactured Fibers - Rayon from Bamboo
3% Other Animal - Bison
3% Silk
2% Manufactured Fibers - Tencel / Lyocell
2% Camelid - Llama
plied
Care: Dry Flat, Hand Wash Cold
Color: Solid color
Dye: Undyed
Ply: 2-ply
Put up: Winding required

A subtly heathered 2-ply blend of rambouillet, columbia, lincoln, navajo-churro, alpaca, silk, bamboo, tencel, bison, and llama, with a slightly bumpy tweed look.

The yarn is lofty, light, and luminous; it makes a cozy fabric that blooms when washed to form a cohesive, flannel-like surface. It maintains excellent stitch definition in a variety of textured patterns, yet is soft enough to knit comfortable cabled fabrics.

2-ply with some neps and noils; slightly bumpy.

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