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Rowan Felted Tweed Colour

50% Wool 25% Alpaca 25% Viscose, 191yds (175m)/50g (1.8oz), DK | Light Worsted
By Rowan
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Product Details

Rowan Felted Tweed has been a classic go-to yarn for many years, with it's tweedy blend of Merino wool, alpaca, and viscose that works up beautifully and comes in an impressive color palette. Just when we thought that it couldn't get any better, Rowan took colors curated by Kaffe Fasset and created Rowan Felted Tweed Colour—the same base yarn we love, now with long color runs that come in a range of stunning colorways. Use this on its own, stripe it, mix and match with Felted Tweed for stranded colorwork, the possibilities are nearly endless! 

Please Note: After some reports of dye bleed, we recommend setting the color before use or using a Color Catcher or other excess dye magnet when you wash your finished items.

Net Weight
50g (1.8oz)
50% Wool 25% Alpaca 25% Viscose

Iron, Low

Machine Wash Gentle (65°F to 85°F/30°C)

Do Not Bleach

Do Not Tumble Dry

Dry Clean in Certain Solvents

Dry Flat, In the Shade

Crochet Hooks
F (3.75mm) - F (4.00mm)
US 5 (3.75mm) - US 6 (4mm)
22 stitches, 30 rows to 4"
191yds (175m)
Yarn Weight

DK | Light Worsted

Crochet, Knitting
Country Of Origin


4.9 out of 5

Based on 7 reviews over the last year

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Recent reviews

I cannot get enough of Rowan Felted Tweed! Not scratchy at all, it works up to a beautifully soft fabric.


My Desert Island Yarn. I've used it for multiple projects.


I am using this yarn in the Jade Rowen scarf. The yarn is easy to work with and the colors lovely. However, when knitting witht he ball of ""succulent"" there was no gradual change from the tourquoise to green. The yarn was cut and knotted between the two colors causing an abrupt, rather than gradual change.. This was not the case with the chestnut color. I am continuing to knit and hoping this is not the case with the rest of this yarn.


Planning to try this in a sweater. Colors are prett


I am making a Tunisian crochet temperature blanket with this yarn and am loving it.


The feel of the yarn is amazing. The color shift is very gradual. I am knitting a diagonal garter stitch scarf; the fabric looks woven because of the design and the tweedy-ness of the yarn.