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Lace Weight Yarn

Laceweight yarn can be knit or crocheted on its own, but it is easier to work with if you hold two strands together. 

We love this tutorial by Tin Can Knits on how to use lace weight mohair or suri alpaca to create unique colors and textures.

Click below for project ideas and pattern suggestions.


  • UP North Yarns

    Lace Silk Mohair*


    * Part of the UPNorth Trunk Show at String Theory until Feb., 28, 2024. No returns or exchanges permitted on trunk show purchases. Monica Thoune ha...

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  • Loft - String Theory Yarn Co
    Loft - String Theory Yarn Co
    Neighborhood Fiber Co



    Loft - laceweight from Neighborhood Fiber Company The softest kid mohair covers a silk core to create a wispy and light laceweight yarn. Though it ...

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  • Pascuali



    Take the lustrous, long, bright and very high quality hair of the Angora goat; the fine, soft and elastic  wool of the merino sheep; the sumptuous ...

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  • Manos Cabrito in Yarn - Lace | String Theory Yarn Co
    Manos Cabrito in Yarn - Lace | String Theory Yarn Co
    Manos del Uruguay

    Manos Cabrito


    Cabrito is a laceweight kid mohair blend in beautiful space-dyed colors, from soft and subtle to bright and bold.  Use it by itself for a gossamer-...

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  • Manos del Uruguay


    Original Price $36.00
    Current Price $19.00

    Marina's softness and drape feel wonderful next to the skin in scarves or shawls. It comes in tonal and space-dyed colorways and is made of 100% su...

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  • Pascuali

    Mohair Bliss


    Mohair is the name of the curly, silky fleece of the angora goat. Pascuali uses superkid mohair, the softest, finest, most luxurious mohair fleece ...

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