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The distinctive character of Targhee-Columbia wool shines in Shelter, Brooklyn Tweed's versatile medium-weight yarn. Shelter is woolen spun, meaning the fibers remain in a lofty jumble that traps air and offers remarkable warmth and lightness. Its two plies are gently twisted to preserve that buoyant quality, so Shelter is a little more delicate than most commercial yarns. Woolen-spun yarns are also more adaptable in gauge, as they can compress to a dense sport weight or bloom to cohere as a gauzy fabric when worked on large needles.
Shelter has a dry, soft hand and a faintly rustic nature; woolen spinning sometimes results in slightly thinner or thicker sections, and you’ll find the occasional fleck of vegetable matter that proves the wool is never treated with harsh chemicals. Garments knit from Shelter achieve their full beauty after a wet blocking, as each stitch relaxes and bonds with its neighbors to produce an even, light, plush fabric with a halo. You shouldn’t notice any change in gauge.
Shelter is designed to be a workhorse yarn that invites cables, ribbing, textured stitch motifs, open work, plain stockinette and garter stitch. We think it’s ideal for sweaters of every variety, winter accessories, and blankets.
Exclusive to the Shelter yarn line are three marled colorways: Newsprint, the combination of Fossil and Cast Iron; Narwhal, the combination of Sweatshirt and Fossil; and Caribou, the combination of Barn Owl and Fossil.
Fibre: 100% Wyoming-grown Targhee-Columbia wool
Gauge: 4.25 to 5 sts = 1"
Recommended Needle: 4.5mm to 5.5mm
Yardage: 140 yards
Weight: approx. 50 grams | worsted weight
Care: Hand wash, and lay flat
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Léttlopi produces garments that are comfortable to wear indoors or outdoors. The classic icelandic yarn for tradtitional yoke sweaters. Léttlopi yarn is half the weight of Álafosslopi.
Fibre: 100% New Wool
Gauge: 18 sts =10 cm (4")
Recommended Needle: 4.5 to 5.0mm
Yardage: 100 m. (109 yd.)
Weight: Worsted, 50 grams
Care: Hand Wash. Lay flat to dry
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Ultra Alpaca is the ideal balance of luxurious super fine alpaca and Peruvian Highland wool blended together and spun up perfectly round and light. There are 72 incredible shades chosen to resemble plant-dyed colors including solid shades, natural heather shades and the irresistible jewels of the collection, dyed heather shades. Each is beautiful on its own or combined in endless possible color work combinations.
Fibre: 50% Alpaca, 50% Wool
Gauge: 20 sts & 26 rows = 4" (10 cm)
Recommended Needle: 8 (US) / 5 mm
Yardage: 215 yds / 198 m
Weight: Worsted 100g / 3.5 oz
Care: Hand wash in cool water. Lay flat to dry.
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This machine wash blend features a wide color range, an incredibly soft feel and yardage that goes on and on. Its unique fiber blend makes laundering a breeze and perfectly suited for easy care garments for both children and adults.
Fibre: 52% Acrylic, 40% Wool, 8% Nylon
Gauge: 20 sts & 27 rows = 4" (10cm)
Recommended Needle: 7 (US) / 4.5 mm
Yardage: 217 yds / 198 m
Weight: Worsted, 100g
Care: Machine wash inside out in cold water, gentle cycle. Lay flat to dry.
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Inspired by England's stunning northwest region with its deep blue lakes and sheep-grazed fells and valleys, Cumbria is a lustrous blend of 30% brown masham wool from rare breed sheep, 60% fine South American merino wool, and 10% mohair. The resulting light brown-grey shade is then over dyed creating lovely deep saturated colors. Cumbria is a staple yarn, perfect for garments and accessories alike.
Fibre: 30% brown masham wool, 60% merino, 10% mohair
Gauge: 18-20 sts = 4" (10 cm)
Recommended Needle: US 6-8 needle
Yardage: 238 yards
Weight: worsted weight | 100g
Care: hand wash, lay flat to dry
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Berroco's 100% superwash wool is here! Available in a wide range of colors, this yarn is perfect for any project that requires easy-care yarn. Made in Peru with Peruvian Highland Wool.
Fibre: 100% Superwash Wool
Gauge: 18 to 20 sts = 4"
Recommended Needle: 4.5mm to 5mm
Yardage: 219 yds / 200 m
Weight: 100g | Worsted
Care: For best results, place into a mesh wash bag, machine wash in cold water on delicate cycle. Tumble dry low.
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**Due to it's limited nature, this yarn is not eligible for use with discount codes or loyalty points. Please do not apply a discount code to your Ranch 01 purchase as we will have to reverse your order. You will still collect loyalty points on your purchase**
For this limited edition yarn, Brooklyn tweed took their usual emphasis on breed-specific wool a step further by working with Bare Ranch in Surprise Valley, California, a ranch that produces Climate Beneficial Wool in partnership with Fibershed. Through carbon farm planning and implementation, Bare Ranch is able to enhance the movement of carbon dioxide down from the atmosphere where it can be converted into usable energy by plants and animals and then deposited into the soil. Partnering with the Earth’s natural carbon cycle in a proactive manner improves the overall health of our planet, while generating naturally productive soils that support healthy sheep and the creation of quality wool.
Ranch 01 began with the sourcing of fine Rambouillet fiber at Bare Ranch. After shearing, the fiber was processed at Chargeurs in South Carolina, spun at Jagger Brothers in Maine, and then sent to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to be dyed by the Green Matters Natural Dye Company using natural materials to achieve a palette specially curated by Brooklyn Tweed and inspired by nature.
This multi-disciplinary approach to the production of this yarn supports Brooklyn Tweed's commitment to domestic manufacturing as well as environmental stewardship. At every step along its way, this wool has been created with special care and attention.
Worsted weight, worsted-spun, 3-ply
220 yds/100 grams
Micron count is 21.8
15 naturally dyed colors plus undyed (natural)
100% Rambouillet sourced from Bare Ranch in Surprise Valley, California, along the Nevada border
Scoured in South Carolina
Spun in Maine
Dyed in Pennsylvania