Loft

Brooklyn Tweed

$20.50

 
Almanac
30 available
Artifact
4 available
Bale
8 available
Birdbook
✓ out of stock
Button Jar
9 available
Blanket fort
1 available
Camper
✓ out of stock
Cast Iron
4 available
Cinnabar
10 available
Embers
19 available
Faded Quilt
9 available
Flannel
8 available
Fossil
✓ out of stock
Foothills
10 available
Hayloft
7 available
Homemade Jam
✓ out of stock
Iceberg
12 available
Long Johns
15 available
Nest
15 available
Old World
9 available
Plume
2 available
Postcard
1 available
Pumice
✓ out of stock
Pumpernickel
11 available
Sap
10 available
Snowbound
9 available
Soot
9 available
Stormcloud
5 available
Sweatshirt
4 available
Tartan
✓ out of stock
Truffle Hunt
4 available
Woodsmoke
9 available
Yellowstone
16 available
Thistle*
2 available
Caraway*
7 available
Caribou*
14 available
Fauna*
3 available
Amaranth*
4 available
Narwhal*
10 available
Newsprint*
10 available
Barn Owl*
2 available
  • 100% targhee-columbia wool
  • 251 m / 50 g skein
  • 24 - 32 stitches per 10 cm on a 2 mm - 3.75 mm needle
  • hand wash cold, dry flat

Category: columbia wool , fingering , non-superwash wool , only natural fibres , targhee wool , wool



Fingering-weight Loft channels Targhee-Columbia wool’s airy bounce into feather-light lace, accessories, and garments. Like Shelter, Loft is a woolen-spun 2-ply yarn with delicate twist, specially designed for unique lightness of hand. It’s not a sock yarn, so treat it a little more gently when it’s on the winder and the needles. Once your garment is blocked, the stitches will cohere in a beautifully even and sturdy fabric. Lace garments should open up to reveal stitch motifs with relatively mild blocking. Loft has great flexibility of gauge; it can be knit on 2mm () needles for a dense and durable fabric or on 4mm () needles for ethereal open work. Two strands of Loft held together can substitute for Shelter in patterns where you’d like greater stitch definition or a marled fabric of two colors.