20% off alpaca yarns

Winter in July

The recent blazing hot temps here out West have us thinking about colder days to come... and the cozy garments we want to make for them. Is it winter in July? Not really, but we're going to knit for the weather we want instead of the weather we have! And nothing says winter like alpaca.

Warm and drapey are the two primary characteristics of alpaca yarns. Like its sheep wool cousin, alpaca is naturally water-repellent and soft-to-most-itchy-to-some. But alpaca is less elastic than wool, so the two are often blended to keep the resulting yarn bouncier and give finished objects more memory.

Get all alpaca yarns 20% off through Sunday 7/18/21!

Berroco Ultra Alpaca

berroco ultra alpaca

Project Ideas:

coiffure hat

Coiffure Hat by Parna Mehrbani

winter's quiet cowl

Winter's Quiet Cowl by Kat Archer


Berroco Macro

berroco macro

Project Ideas:

teagartha scarf

Teagartha Scarf by Parna Mehrbani

falling leaves

Falling Leaves Scarf & Cowl by Emily Williams


Less Traveled Yarns Baby Suri

less traveled yarns baby suri

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first flurry

First Flurry Hat & Cowl by Emily Williams

striped simplicity

Striped Simplicity Cowl by Kat Archer


Malabrigo Dos Tierras

malabrigo dos tierras

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macrophylla shawl

Macrophylla Shawl by Mia Rinde image © Malabrigo

prime meridian cowl

Prime Meridian Cowl by Courtney Sherwood


Malabrigo Silkpaca

malabrigo silkpaca

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Stochastic by Emily Williams

mostly cloudy hat

Mostly Cloudy Hat by Parna Mehrbani


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