Here is the selection of yarn bases you can choose from, including the blend content and nature of the fibers, as well as the yardage and weight.
Angkor, single ply
Angkor is an elegant blend of 70% superwash merino, and 30% silk. The silk gives a beautiful drape to fabric, and the blend of springy merino reduces pilling. The higher twist of this yarn adds strength and ensures that the fibers retain their union. This single ply works magnificently in shawls, fine sweaters, and hats.
Single ply, Fingering weight, 438 yds/400 meters, 100g
Tarim, Aran 3 ply
Tarim is a merino, cashmere, nylon blend, 80/10/10. The superwash merino is springy and oh so soft; blended with nylon for added elasticity and strength, while the cashmere adds a final exquisite element that makes this yarn a true delicacy. The base fiber of merino reduces the pilling that sometimes occurs when finer, slippery fibers are blended together. The chunky, springy nature of these plies give a beautiful texture when knitted or crocheted, notably in simple texture stitches and cables.
3 ply, Aran weight, 181 yds/165 meters, 100 g
Koobi Fora, 4 ply
Koobi Fora is a blend of 75% superwash merino and 25% nylon. The merino is luxuriously soft, while the nylon adds strength to the fibers, making this yarn ideal for knitting or crocheting socks, mittens, hats, leg warmers, or any garment that will benefit from extra durability.
4 ply, Fingering weight, 465 yards/ 425 meters, 100g
Stonehenge, 3 ply
Stonehenge is a 3 ply blend of 20% yak fiber, with 70% superwash merino, and 10% nylon. The naturally dark yak fibers give this yarn so much dimension and adds a complex richness to the colors it takes in. The coat of the yak is composed of three different types of fiber, but only the finest down fiber (often shed in the spring and summer months) is used here. The down ranges between 16-20 microns. Yak down will keep you warmer than sheep wool, is softer than cashmere, and has increased breathability and odor-resistance. This yarn is the perfect combination of luxury and practicality.
3 ply, Fingering weight, 437 yards/399 meters, 100g.
Petra is a 100% Superwash Merino. The luxurious softness of this yarn make it perfect for hats, scarves, mittens, and cozy shawls. Naturally less susceptible to pilling, the sheen of this fiber makes for a beautiful garment that wears well. With enviable drape, and creamy feel as the yarn runs through your fingers, you are sure to find far too many excuses to use this yarn!
DK, 240 yds/220 meters, 100g
Lascaux 4 ply
Lascaux is a 4 ply blend of 20% superfine alpaca, 60% Superwash merino, and 20% nylon. This unique yarn is an incredibly soft marriage of delightful superfine alpaca, with merino for body, and nylon for strength and durability. Lascaux is a great yarn for socks, sweaters, shawls, hats, or anything next-to-skin.
4 ply Fingering weight, 437 yds/399 meters, 100g
Trinket 2 ply
Trinket is a 2 ply blend of 75% Superwash merino, 20% nylon, and 5% stellina. This yarn shines with an effervescent sparkle that will surely turn any garment into a statement piece. This yarn yields exceptional shawls, cowls, hats, or as an accent to open fabric sweaters.
2 ply Fingering weight, 438 yds/400 meters, 100g
(Stellina is a fine, soft, sparkly, non-metal fiber manufactured from nylon.)
Soulshine 2 ply (retired)
Soulshine is a Superwash merino/silk blend of 80/20. It really does make your spirit shine with joy! This blend combines the beautiful body and softness of merino with the drape of silk, creating a yarn that stands out in extraordinary shawls.
2 ply Fingering weight, 400 yds/366 meters, 100g
Freyfaxi aran (retired)
Freyfaxi, inspired by the fabled black stallion in the old Icelandic tale of Hrafnkells Saga, is a 100% Superwash merino, in a traditional aran weight. This springy, vivacious yarn is perfect for wrist warmers, hats, sweaters, leg warmers, and a whole lot more! The traditional merino in an aran weight is a versatile and reliable addition to any yarn stash.
3 ply aran, 181 yds/165 meters, 100g
For recommendations on washing and caring for your yarn and garments, please visit the Care Instructions page.