Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors -  ()
  • Fiber Content: 65% Superfine Alpaca/ 35% Rayon
  • Weight: DK
  • Gauge: 5.5 sts = 1" on US 5
  • Weight/Yardage: 50g/219yds
  • Care: Hand Wash, Dry Flat
  • Country Of Origin: Italy

Berroco Folio Discontinued Colors

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Berroco Folio is a luscious, superfine alpaca and rayon blend that feels as soft and luxurious as cashmere. This trans-seasonal yarn can be worked on a wide range of needle sizes and is a perfect choice for projects that flow, wrap, and drape. Made in Italy

Note: Folio can be knit at multiple gauges. 

Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring!

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Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring!Folio
 
3.3

(based on 8 reviews)

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2.0

Colors not what they seem online

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from SLC, UT

Verified Buyer

Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

Haven't started the projects yet, but was extremely disappointed in the colors once the yarn arrived. The silver/gray color was a bright baby blue!

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No
 
5.0

berroco folio

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from houston texas

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Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

I love the folio yarn. It's easy to work with and produces results that I like. Colors are great.

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5.0

Lovely

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from Houston, TX

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Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

Beautiful color and so soft! I made a sweater for someone with sensitive skin and they can wear it without any irritation. It is on the thinner side- I probably wouldn't call it DK- but thanks to the other reviewers I was expecting it and adjusted my needle size to compensate.
It can be kind of split-y for the first row or two but once I worked out the tension it really wasn't a problem

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2.0

What to do with this?

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from New Zealand

Pros

  • Soft And Silky

Cons

  • Splits

Best Uses

    Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

    I can't knit this yarn because it splits so much it's really frustrating. It's a pity, because it feels so good. So now I'm wondering what to do with a sweater's worth of it!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Incredibly soft but NOT DK weight

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    from Florida

    Pros

    • Drapes Beautifully
    • Soft

    Cons

    • Splits Easily

    Best Uses

    • Scarf
    • Shawl

    Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

    This is the softest yarn I've ever worked with. But it's not a DK weight, as advertised. I would describe it as light fingering weight, suited to #3 or #2 needle. Tends to split easily. But makes a beautiful shawl or scarf.

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    • No

    (8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    So beautful, and yet...

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    from Tucson, AZ

    Pros

    • Sheen
    • Soft

    Cons

    • Splitty

    Best Uses

      Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

      I first encountered this yarn at my LYS, and fell in love with it immediately. Didn't buy right away, but left such an impression on me it wasn't long before I bought myself a few balls.

      Beautiful color, lovely sheen, so soft and squishy. And yes, it is NOT DK weight... more like fingering (light, even). I can't tell you about drape because I have yet to find a pattern that I can work with this yarn. While it is a beautiful yarn, I don't know if it's just me or what, but I have the hardest time with it. Very splitty and just doesn't handle well. I keep finding patterns, try the Folio, only to frog it not many rows in. Even when using #3 or #4 needles...

      As a ball, it is beautiful yarn. But what good is the yarn if I can't make it into something?

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      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      A little on the thin side, but beautiful

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      from Santa Rosa, CA

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      Pros

      • Knits easily
      • Rich In Saturated Color
      • Soft against the skin
      • Very Soft Silky

      Cons

      • Very Fine Yarn

      Best Uses

      • Ribbed Summer Sweater
      • The Berroco Wrap

      Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

      The color of this yarn is breathtaking! I can only fault it for being thin. A #3 needle may be more suitable...but whatever the case I'm buying more.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (19 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Not true DK weight

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      from Ct

      Comments about Read more about this yarn on our blog where education manager, Amy G., talks about looking forward to spring! Folio:

      This is not 11 WPI ore like 14-15. I would classify it as a fingering weight yarn.

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