This yarn, named after the concentric circles of gradient color, is fun and very special. Our customers love the hearts in the center of each cake.
We get lots of comments on the softness of this yarn as knitters try on the Lotus poncho sample that is on display in our studio. Concentric is baby alpaca fiber and baby fiber (think kid mohair) is really soft. Baby fiber is usually first or second clip from an animal.
Concentric comes in 200 gram “cakes,” ready for knitting. The working yarn is made up of four 2-ply strands that are barely twisted. It is this lack of twist in addition to the the fiber (Concentric is 100% baby alpaca) that gives the yarn a soft, gentle feel.
Use Concentric for shawls, cowls, and scarves. Think lace patterns and openwork. Your knitting will be cozy and elegant.
Content: 100% Baby Alpaca
Skein size: 437 yards per 200 gram cake, worsted weight
Recommended needle: US #8 (5.0 mm)
Gauge: 5 stitches per inch
Suggested retail: $47.95
Colors: Graywood Designs carries colors available as of July 2019
- 1023 Shades of Gray
- 1024 Shades of Brown
- 1025 Pastel Pop
- 1026 Burbs
- 1027 Trixie
- 1029 Shades of Blue
- 1031 Berry Good
- 1032 Thomas
- 1033 Classically Trained
New Colors for 2020
- 1034 Shades of Purple
- 2020 Color of the Year-Kind of a Big Teal
Recommended patterns: All of these designs would show off the color changes in Concentric.
Concentric Chevron Cowl — FREE download. ♥ Easy to knit on a circular needle.
Sensibility Shawl by Graywood Designs — FREE download ♥ We suggest using a US #9 needle for this shawl that begins with 78 stitches cast on. Ignore the directions to change yarn color and let the gradients in Concentric define the shawl.
Lotus Poncho — Ravelry download ♥ Just a lovely garment! the Lotus Poncho pattern is a $5 download and is knit on circular needles. It has a lace bottom and ends at the neckline with a wide bind off. Perfect garment for cool weather or air conditioned spaces.
♥ Blog Post — “Knitting With Concentric” Read more about the yarn.
Blog Post — “Knitting With Concentric — Post 2” Wanda writes about starting a Sensibility Shawl pattern using Concentric.