Alpaca Yarn (14)

Alpaca yarns have a softness that easily competes with mohair and cashmere and is well suited for garments that will rest directly against the skin. A dense fiber, alpaca yarns provide excellent stitch definition and work wonderfully for textured patterns. If you’re looking to knit cables or ribbing, consider an alpaca blend to help keep your garment light.

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BERROCO

13 Colors

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Fingering, Sock
7.5 sts = 1" on US 2
50% Wool/20% Superfine Alpaca/30% Nylon
100g/433yds

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Worsted
5 sts = 1" on US 8
50% Alpaca/50% Wool
100g/215yds

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DK
5.75 sts = 1" on US 5
50% Super Fine Alpaca/50% Peruvian Wool
50g/144yd

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Worsted
5 sts = 1" on US 6-8
50% Merino Wool/25% Nylon/10% Angora/10% Alpaca/5% Silk Noils
50g/160yds

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Bulky
3.5 sts = 1" on US 10
50% Super Fine Alpaca/ 50% Peruvian Wool
100g/131yds

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Sport
6 sts = 1" on US 5
60% Extrafine Merino Wool/ 20% Baby Alpaca/ 20% Yak
50g/164yds

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DK
5.5 sts = 1" on US 5
65% Superfine Alpaca/ 35% Rayon
50g/219yds

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DK
6 sts = 1" on US 3-4
50% Baby Alpaca/ 25% Mulberry Silk/ 25% Linen
100g/274yds

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DK, Lace, Sport, Worsted
4.5sts = 1" on US 7
81% Alpaca/19% Nylon
25g/220yds

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Bulky, Novelty
3 sts = 1" on US 13; 2.5 sc = 1" on US M
65% Alpaca/28% Nylon/7% Wool
50g/164yds

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Bulky
3.5-4 sts = 1" on US 9-10
100%Super Baby Alpaca
100g/191yds

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Worsted
5 sts= 1" on US 8
100% Baby Alpaca
200g/437

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