Thursday, October 4, 2012

new arrivals araucania

Okay it is that time of the week where I share and highlight some new fun yarns that have been showing up.  This week there was lots of new yarns that came in from Araucania.  Some of these have some great pattern books and some are SO new there isn't even very many finished products out there I can grab samples of but they are too gorgeous not to share so here we go..

Huasco is a  Fingering yarn made of  100% Merino 450 yards (411 meters)

It is a variegated yarn with lots of vibrant beautiful colors

Nuble is  240 yards (219 meters) a skien it is fingering weight. Nuble  is made of 75% Merino 25% Silk  This one is fresh and there isn't much out there made of it but is is super soft amazing and would be fabulous for a scarf or shawl.

Hasa comes 87 yards (80 meters) to a skein and is made from  50% Alpaca 40% Wool 10% Silk
There is a great pattern book available especially for this yarn full of beautiful fun knits.

andalian is another brand new yarn this season and it comes 89 yards (81 meters) to a skein.  It is  Worsted weight and made of  92% Wool, 5% Metallic, 3% Nylon.  It has a great sparkle and is comes in great vibrant colors. 

ushya is Super Bulk made of  98% Merino, 2% Nylon 114 yards (104 meters)


It is solid colored unlike some of the more vibrant variegated yarns and is mega big and mega soft.
It has a pattern book available also and is used in the comfy cozy spiral cowl pattern by Janna Milbradt.  It is a great quick knit for gifts.  Perfect to keep cozy this time of year :)  It is available in store and here.  Or in the etsy shop here

 Tepa is a  Bulky yarn made of 70% Wool, 20% Mohair, 10% Silk  each skein has 143 yards (131 meters) This is another yarn that has a book full of patterns.  It is variegated super soft and lots of fun.

Well that is the new Araucanian yarns that came in this week.  I hope you guys get a chance to come in and check them out for yourself soon. :)  Next post will be the new socks yarns we got in and a new order from a personal fav of mine Pagewood farms.

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