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Lana

$13.50

100% Andean Highland Wool

100 g  |  175 m  |  191 yds

ARAN WEIGHT

 
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Cloud.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Gourd.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Kona.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Macaw.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Medallion.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Natural.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Olive.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Royalty.
A ball of Lana, Andean highland wool yarn, shown in the color Tabby.
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Lana is made from highland wool, a unique cross of Corriedale and local highland sheep. These sheep are bred to be well suited for the harsh climate of the highlands and are necessary to the communities living in remote regions of the Andes Mountains.

Because the wool was raised and bred to handle this dramatic climate, Lana is durable, warm, and moisture wicking. These properties make this yarn ideal for outdoor garments such as mittens, hats, scarves, and heavier sweaters. Lana also works great for felted projects!

Knitting Gauge: 12-18 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on sizes US 9 – 10 (5.5-6.5 mm) knitting needles.

Crochet Gauge: 8-13 stitches = 4 inches in single crochet on sizes US I/9 – K/10.5 (5.5-6.5 mm) crochet hooks.

Because our yarns are made using natural fibers, they work well for a wide range of gauges. As always, be sure to gauge swatch to assure proper size of your finished item.

Learn more about Lana, some of the benefits of wool, and find knitting & crochet patterns using this yarn HERE.

Made in Peru

Care Instructions: Lana is a natural, non-superwash wool. Because of this, special care is necessary when washing. Handwash only in lukewarm water using a mild soap. Lay flat to dry. Do not bleach, tumble dry, or iron.

Please Note: Although every effort has been taken to most accurately represent colors, variations in screens and monitors may make colors appear differently. Because of this, we are unable to guarantee color accuracy.