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Sayi Yarn by Araucania Yarns

SKU 01225
$15.00
In stock
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Product Details

Araucania's worsted weight hand-painted fine wool and acrylic blend yarn is available in several bright, fun mixes of colors. "Sayi" comes from the Mapuche word meaning “fruit”. Crochet and knit swatch samples shown are in color 1008 - Amazonas.

** EVERY PURCHASE of Sayi Yarn comes with a FREE copy of the Mulbery Chullo pattern--if you want it, and make a note in the comments section of your order. This is a quick knit item that will be great to have on hand for gifts - or for yourself. Colors are not quite as bright as shown on some monitors, but are definitely rich and saturated.


Here are the yarn requirements for the patterns shown:

  1. Mulbery Chullo (Hat) Size US 7/4.5mm, 16in/40cm long circular needle and Set of size US 7/4.5mm double-pointed needles. (1) hank - Photo shown in color 1001 Inti Raymi
  • Mulbery Shawl Size US 11/8mm, 24in/60cm circular needle. (3) hanks - Photo shown in color 1001 Inti Raymi

If you would like the hank(s) of yarn you order wound into cakes, make a note in the comments section. Discount on purchases of three or more hanks at one time. There are no dye lots for this hand-painted yarn.

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