Kenzie Yarn by Hikoo

Kenzie Yarn by Hikoo

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HiKoo

KEN1000

Kenzie just may be the perfect tweed. New Zealand merino, angora and alpaca lend softness and body, nylon lends strength and silk noils contribute delicate texture and color accents. The smooth, round 3-ply yarn knits into a cohesive fabric that blooms when wet blocked. The angora haze is just fuzzy... Read More

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Color
1000 Pavlova (DISC)
1002 Grey Salt (DISC)
1003 Lamington
1004 Beetroot
1006 Kumara (DISC)
1007 Kiwi Fruit
1009 Oceania (DISC)
1011 Tamarillo (DISC)
1012 Chestnut
1015 Boysenberry (DISC)
1016 Tasman (DISC)
1017 Kiwano
1019 Manuka
1022 Ruapehu
1026 Kea

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04/27/2021
teri H.
United States
I recommend this product
Great sevice

I ordered this Hikoo Kenzie yarn because I heard it was being discontinued. I loved working with this before and wanted more of it, so I quickly ordered from Paradise. I'll click recommend because if you can get any of it, it t's wonderful. Turn around time with Paradise was perfect.

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Product Details

Kenzie just may be the perfect tweed. New Zealand merino, angora and alpaca lend softness and body, nylon lends strength and silk noils contribute delicate texture and color accents. The smooth, round 3-ply yarn knits into a cohesive fabric that blooms when wet blocked. The angora haze is just fuzzy enough to lend a cozy feel, but not so fuzzy that it will obscure any stitch patterning.

• 50% New Zealand Merino, 25% Nylon, 10% Angora, 10% Alpaca, 5% Silk Noils

• DK Weight

• 160 yards per 50 gram skein

• US 6-8 needles

• 4-5 mm needles • 5 sts per inch 

A note on the weight of this yarn from HiKoo:

Kenzie looks and feels best knit anywhere in the range of DK to Worsted gauges. We chose worsted at 5sts/in, which is truly leaning more toward a light worsted, but that is not an option on Ravelry. Since the angora in the yarn blooms quite a bit once blocked, it is able to be knit at the worsted weight and fill in the space nicely. Do keep in mind, that it is versatile, and also creates a suitable fabric when knit at a tighter gauge, for example, a DK or about 6 sts/in, or at a looser gauge even down to 4 sts/in.