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*New* Array Wool Yarn ~ Cocoa

Array is our 2/12 worsted spun wool yarn. Made from wool grown on ranches out West (primarily Corriedale and Columbia sheep), and spun and dyed in North Carolina. It is 2-ply, thin (3,360 yards per lb), and hardy.

Yarn Details

  • 4 oz cones have 840 yards. 1 oz tubes have 210 yards.
  • Tapestry weavers can use Array as a weft in bundles of 3 or 4, in tapestries with a recommended sett of 8 epi.
  • Multi-shaft weavers can use Array as a warp or weft, with a recommended sett of 20-24 epi.
  • Hand wash in cold water with a gentle soap suitable for wool, and lay flat to dry. 

    Customer Reviews

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    Kantu Malhotra
    Great yarn

    Good recommendation. Planning to add more colors.

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    Sarah
    Lovely gradations

    I've been buying quite a few of the 2 oz cones for a small tapestry of a sunset over the waves on the beach, and I'm excited to work with the colors I'll be able to get when blending. I haven't done a cartoon yet, so I'll have to see how much detail I can wrangle into it, but I'll have a great palette to work with, for sure! I've used three threads before and had all three just slightly different. It gives so many options; great for sand or water and sky.

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    Caroline King
    Using Yarn for Tapestry

    Just finished my first little tapestry. Enjoyed working with the variety of color choices your company provides.

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    Wendi Abeberry
    The colors are amazing!

    I’m new to tapestry weaving but after throughly researching the subject I decided to invest in a large stash of Array yarns. It was just too hard to decide what not to buy, so I went a little crazy and boy am I glad thatI did! They work beautifully with my new Mirrix Big Sister loom. I’m in heaven!

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    Jodie English-Brown
    Gist array

    I am a beginning tapestry Weaver. This is my first effort with Gist array yarn. Loving it! Now I understand what everyone was talking about.