Single ply super bulky wool with 10 "water colored" combinations Size 13 needle; gauge 9 stitches by 13 rows over 4 inches; 100 grams; 65 yards. Single Due to the hand dyeing process, each hank within the bag is unique. There may be wide variations in tone from hank to hank. We recommend that you knit with two hanks at a time in order to balance the color. Hand wash, dry flat


01 Tranqueras

Orange, blues and browns


Tranqueras
     

02 Soriano

Purples, Browns and a touch of yellow


     

03 Canelones

Orange and Yellow sometimes with some Pink


3 Canelones
     

04 Salto

Brown and Reddish Brown


4 Salto
     

05 Coronilla

A mixture of dark browns


5 Coronilla
     

06 Minas

Violets up to the greens


6 Minas
     

07 Paysandu

Violets up to the reds


     

08 Aigua

Intense blue with a touch of pearl grey


     

09 Solis

A mix of greens with blueish tones.


9 Solis
     

10 Maldonado

A mix of greens and gold.


     

11 Cardona

A mix of blues with sparks of browns


11 Cardona
     

12 Palmar

Lemon Green and Golden Brown


12 Palmar
     

13 Arapey

Sky blues, Greens, Roses and occasionally some Violets


13 Arapey
     

14 Yi

Dry Blue, Sky Blue, Wet Blue


     

15 Floresta

Lily, Purple and Violets


     

16 Indy

Brownish Golden Yellow,Greens, Wet Blues and Violets


16 Indy
     

Be sure to get enough yarn to complete your project since each bag is a different dye lot, and skeins may vary from bag to bag. Skeins may vary one from the other even within the same bag. To ensure random color distribution, work from two balls of yarn at once, alternating a few rows from each ball.