Saturday, November 15, 2014

Yarn Review: Llama By Adriafil



Recently I was given the chance to check out some yarn from the Adriafil Yarn Company. Llama by Adriafil is 50% llama, 50% wool. Each 100 gram hank comes in 7 colors and I was given the "Dark Beige" (63) colorway to try out. I was super excited about playing with this yarn, it is the natural looking and chunkier type of yarn that I always seem to gravitate to in yarn shops.



In addition to the color I was given, Llama comes in a total of 7 different earthy colors.  Below are the available colors, I love them all:

  • 60 cream 
  • 63 dark beige 
  • 64 brown 
  • 67 light grey 
  • 68 anthracite grey 
  • 74 medium grey 
  • 75 black 


This yarn I was given is absolutely beautiful...soft to the touch and the color I was given (#63 Dark Beige) is a lovely shade of brown with heathered cream flecks. This is the perfect winter project skein...warm and cozy with a handspun feel.

I can imagine a fabulous chunky cardigan being worked up in all of the gorgeous colors.

I wound my hank into a ball and got right to work, casting a small swatch on my needles.  It had nice stitch definition, while still retaining its soft and rustic appeal.  All in all a lovely, luxurious skein!



To learn more about Llama, please visit the Adriafil site here:
More information about the yarn here...
To inquire about purchasing, contact the company at: contact@adriafil.com

Happy stitching everyone!
Note: All opinions are my own. I was gifted this yarn, read my disclosure policy here.



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