Knitting Gauge: 6 sts = 1" on #3 - 5 needles (3.25mm-3.75mm)
Crochet Gauge: 16 - 20 sc = 4'' on E-7 hooks (3.5mm-4.5mm)
Put Up: Ball
Care: Hand Wash Cold / Dry flat
Upcycle Alpaca Blend Sport
When our mills spin our yarns, a small amount is left over from each batch. Instead of wasting it, we work with our mills to create new limited-edition yarns, and this year's Upcycle Alpaca Sport, a sport weight blend of alpaca, wool, and acrylic, lends itself to sweaters, cowls, hats, and much more. It is soft enough for next-to-skin wear, but rugged enough to keep you warm all winter long.
Upcycle is made with recycled fibers that vary in size, causing slight variations in yarn thickness from skein to skein. We recommend swatching before starting a project.
A light blue heather.
A light blue heather with flecks of turquoise.
The saturated blues that make up Sapphire get toned down with the addition of white and hints of gray for this medium blue heather.
The most saturated blue heather of the family.
A lighter green heather with flecks of yellow and blue. Lighter than Olive and darker than Pear.
A warm green heather with flecks of yellow and blue. Darker than Emerald.
A pale green with flecks of yellow and blue. It coordinates with darker Emerald and Olive.
A pale shade of gray with warmer tones.
A complex heather featuring tan, raspberry, purple, and more mixed together to create a burgundy color.
A deep raspberry pink.
A mixture of tan and pink creates this color. It has more raspberry pink mixed into the heather than similar Hazelnut, and it’s warmer than Seashell and Sandalwood.
A mauve heather with more pink than similar Seashell. It’s cooler in tone than Salmon and Hazelnut.
A pale mauve that is created by tan with hints of pink and purple mixed in. It’s cooler in color compared to Sandalwood, Salmon, and Hazelnut.
A complex heather that creates a warm, medium purple.
A medium tan with hints of pink, this features less pink than similar Salmon and is warmer than Seashell and Sandalwood.
A light brown heather that borders on tan.
Tan gets mixed into many of the colors that make up Space to create a frosty purple-gray.
A light brown heather with warm, gingery tones.
A light gray that sits in between Porpoise and Seaglass in a gradient.
A dark brown heather with hints of gray and cool undertones.
A medium charcoal gray that is darker than Black Pearl.
A navy blue heather.
If you took Salt Lake and added even more gray to the mix, you’d get Titanium, a medium blue-gray heather.
A medium brown heather with warm undertones.