64% Viscose, 36% Baby Alpaca
Available as 75 gram x 442 yard skeins
Suggested Hook & Needle Sizes
Stitches per 4in (10cm)
Inka derived its name from the ancient meaning in the Quechan language: "one who shines or glows and who also is able to gather power and living energies and distribute them to wherever and whomever needs it". The yarn has a very unique iridescent sheen to it, hence it is the "one who glows" and it is sure to appeal to the most adventurous of knitters. A true super fine lace weight, its viscose and baby alpaca blend will create soft yet beautifully detailed shawls, sweaters and accessories.