Malabrigo Rasta Arco Iris 866



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Arco Iris 866
Pagoda 023
599 Fiesta
Oxido 860
Ravelry Red 611
Coronilla 868
Stitch Red 873
Archangel 850
Aniversario 005
Glazed Carrot 016
Sunset 096
Laguna Negra 861
Piedras 862
Frank Ochre 035
010 Fluo
011 Apple Green
Lettuce 037
Arequita 885
Cucumber 708
600 Bahamas Green
415 Matisse Blue
Solis 809
Teal Feather 412
Indecita 416
Verde Azul 086
Reflecting Pool 133
Cosmos 706
Azules 856
Paris Night 052
Azul Profundo 150
Sheri 883
Lluvia 881
Whales Road 247
Plomo 043
Zarzamora 863
Purple Mystery 030
Violeta Africana 808
Abril 853
Soriano 867
Diana 886
689 Valentina
Porrinho 864
Lotus 120
Baya Electrica 865
707 Melon
Fucsia 093
Sabiduria 136
Boreal 884
Quequay 877
Natural 063
704 Ivory
696 Whole Grain
Fog 705
Belgian Chocolate 077
Sombras 849
Pearl Ten 069
Cape Cod Gray 429
Garden Gate 075
Black 195
683 Cian
193 Jacinto

Rasta Description

Malabrigo's super bulky yarn is a single ply, smooth, 100% Merino wool. You will not believe how fast this knits up and how gorgeous the colors are!

Looking for a pattern? We love friend-of-the-shop Jenn Gauer's Bubble Up Hat, the Tofino Cowl by Kat Archer, and the Falling Leaves Cowl by Emily Williams.

Fiber: 100% merino wool
Weight: Super Bulky
Gauge: 8-10 sts = 4"/10 cm
Needles: US 13-17 / 9-12 mm
Put up: 150 gram skein. Skeins must be wound prior to knitting with them. To add yarn winding to your order, click here.
Length: 89 yards / 81 meters
Care: Hand wash. Dry Flat.

Like all Malabrigo yarns, Rasta is kettle-dyed in small batches by artisan dyers and is full of subtle variation and beauty. Be sure to get enough yarn to complete your project since each bag is a different dye lot, and skeins vary from bag to bag. Particularly for variegated colors, skeins will vary from one to the next even within the same bag and will vary, sometimes substantially, from what is pictured. Twisted staff will do our best to fill your order with skeins from the same dye lot that visually match. To ensure random color distribution, work from two balls of yarn at once, alternating a few rows from each ball. While colors shown are accurate to the best of our ability, computer monitors and dye lots both vary so the skeins you receive may differ from what is shown.