Araucania Yarns are inspired by ancient South American crafts which were often created using hand-painted natural yarns. Each hank is different! Its individual beauty emerges as the artisan blends color in the kettle to create several unique shades. These beautiful tonal, tone-on-tone, and multi-colored natural hand dyed yarns are supported by pattern books by Cornelia Hamilton, Jane Ellison, Jean Moss, and most recently – Jenny Watson, as well as many free downloads & individual patterns.
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Yarn lines include Ñuble, Andalien, Antihue, Antu, Arco Iris, Atacama, Aysen, Azapa, Calbuco, Cau-Cau, Chacabuco, Chaiten, Coliumo, Coliumo Multy, Copihue, Elqui, Huasco, Huasco Chunky, Huasco DK, Huasco Worsted, Itata, Lauca, Limari, Liwen, Loa, Lonco, Lontue, Magallanes, Maipo, Malipulli, Mataquito, Milodon, Nature Cotton, Nature Wool, Nature Wool Chunky, Panguipulli, Patagonia, Pehuen, Pomaire, Puelo, Quellon, Quemchi, Quillay, Ranco Sock Yarn, Rehue, Rinihue, Ruca, Sotaqui, Tepa, Toconao, Tolten, Trauco, Ucayali, Ulmo, Yelcho, Yumbrel and more!
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