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Cascade Yarns Aegean Tweed

100% Wool, 328yds (300m)/100g (3.5oz), DK | Light Worsted
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Product Details

Cascade Yarns Aegean Tweed is a 2-ply organic wool that comes in a beautiful range of  rich colors and neutrals that will mix and match beautifully. Aegean Tweed has added depth from its tweedy slubs, making it a wonderful choice for texture patterns as well as colorwork. Sweaters, shawls, and accessories will all work up wonderfully in this yarn!

Net Weight
100g (3.5oz)
100% Wool

Dry Flat

Hand Wash

Crochet Hooks
F (3.75mm) - F (3.75mm)
US 5 (3.75mm) - US 5 (3.75mm)
24 stitches, rows to 4"
328yds (300m)
Yarn Weight

DK | Light Worsted

Crochet, Knitting
Country Of Origin


3.9 out of 5

Based on 9 reviews over the last year

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Recent reviews

Yarn breaks very often. I'm not a tight knitter. Even I'm extremely careful to prevent breakage it keeps happening. Not happy with unexpected bunch of knots that I have to make to connect my string. Nervous that item I'm making won't last even though I hand wash woolen things carefully. I just started buying yarn from this company and now I'm nervous to buy again.


I like this yarn. I have worked with it before and it's nice. I enjoy the subtle tweed effect.


Bought this to make a sweater for my sister. Love the yarn.


Can't wait to work on this! It's gonna be great!


I use this for shawls , but it would make a lovely sweater. A bit splitty, but not too bad.


As a seasoned knitter who loves working with wool, I'm disappointed in how frequently this yarn disintegrates while knitting under fairly low tension--I am not a tight knitter. Thankfully it spit splices easily, but I've knitted about 8 inches of a sweater and had to rejoin the yarn 15+ times due to falling apart already. It also seems that if you frog or unknit, it comes apart even more readily--I stopped using my frogged yarn altogether. I like the color and the tweedy bits, but I wish there were more twist or something to keep the yarn together. Hopefully I can make it through the sweater.