There's always something to be said about mohair. This fiber has its ups and downs but the finished product should always be luxurious and warm. Most of our mohair is made from kid seta (aquired from younger goats) so the "hairs" are much softer and are less likely cause discomfort when right next to the skin. Mohair can be knit on larger needles to create a drapey, open garment that knits up fast yet is just as warm because the yarn's halo will close in the gaps. Mohair works great with other yarns as well. Many of our lines are spun with wool or silk to create extra warmth or sheen but any knitter can knit a strand of mohair with another, complimenting yarn. For example, Angelika knit a strand of mohair with a strand of alpaca to use on a hat's brim!
|Rowan Kidsilk Haze||70% Super Kid Mohair, 30% Silk
The go-to yarn of any mohair line.
|Rowan Kidsilk Haze Trio||70% Super Kid Mohair, 30% Silk
THREE strands of Kidsilk haze spun into one shimmering ball? Yes please.
|Rowan Kidsilk Haze Glamour||55% Mohair, 22% Silk, 20% Nylon, 5% Polyester
Kidsilk Haze now with sequins!
|Rowan Creation||70% Super Kid Mohair, 30% Silk
The ruffle scarf just got fuzzier.
|Cascade Kid Seta & Kid Seta Noir||61% Super Kid Mohair, 35% Silk, 4% Wool
Kid Seta with a touch of shine.
|Sandnes Silk Mohair||60% kid mohair, 25% silk, 15% wool
Lots of yardage with a unique silken vein.
|Plymouth Drifting Gardens||72% Mohair, 16% Wool, 12% Polyester
Colors that remind me of nebulas. Very pretty.