Lightweight lace yarn is meant for your finest craft projects and garments. If you are crocheting or knitting an elegant shawl, a fine, delicate sweater or a detailed shrug, The Yarn Attic has a beautiful selection of designer lace weight and cobweb yarns in every fiber or color combination.
Juniper Moon Farm Findley is a lovely lace weight merino wool lace
weight yarn with ample yardage. This yarn works wonders with its
variegated lace companion yarn, Findley Dappled. When mixed together in a pattern the
results are amazing!
Juniper Moon Farm Findley Dappled is a lovely spin-off from the original
Findley lace yarn. Findley Dappled's variegated color-ways will have no
difficulty matching up to one of the many Findley colors.
Kouki is a tape yarn from ramie and silk. Ramie is also called the linen of the east. In this lovely blend with silk, ramie gives a high stability so that the knitted fabric does not wear out. Kouki is suitable for the elegant summer wardrobe.<
Meadow by The Fibre Company is a lace weight blend of wool, llama, silk & linen. The unique blend of fibers are spun, then kettle-dyed, and the different way the fibers absorb the dye creates a beautiful tonality.
Mohair Luxe Paillettes is a superb blend of super kid mohair, wool & silk, with matching sequins. Mohair Luxe Paillettes may be worked single, doubled or carried along with another yarn for a truly magnificent result.
Shibui Pebble is a trio of scrumptious fibers; cashmere, fine merino, & recycled silk, spun into a tweedy mix. Separate plies of each fiber retain their distinctive characteristics, but blend into a unique yarn speckled with deep tonal colors.
Silk Cloud by Shibui is well named for its glossy silk & wispy kid mohair fibers uniting in this luminous lace weight yarn. Silk Cloud can be knit alone for light lace projects, or held alongside any Shibui yarn to add a soft glow.
Urugami combines the lightness of paper with the soft touch of wool. A twisted paper core fiber is wrapped in fluffy wool yielding a truly one of a kind yarn. The mixture of these different materials produces a smooth yarn with a clear stitch definition.