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      Fabulous Fiber — Hand Dyed

      Araucania's Yumbrel DK Hand-Paint

      Araucania's Yumbrel DK Hand-Paint

      Araucania's Yumbrel DK Hand-Paint

      Yumbrel means "The rainbow in all splendors" in Mapuche. This yarn is splendid, especially in it's representation of ancient lands.

      100 % Combed Cotton, 100 grams, 218 yards
      US 5-7, F5-7, 3.75mm to 4.5 mm
      Stitches per 4in (10cm)
           Knit 21-24
           Single Crochet 12-17
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      Colorway "Moai"

      Moai, are monolithic human figures carved from rock on the Chilean Polynesian island of Easter Island between the years 1250 and 1500. The Moai were carved in relatively flat planes, the faces bearing proud but enigmatic expressions.

      Colorway "Macchu Picchu"

      Tucked away in the rocky countryside northwest of Cuzco, Peru, Machu Picchu is believed to have been a royal estate or sacred religious site for Inca leaders. For hundreds of years, until the American archaeologist Hiram Bingham stumbled upon it in 1911, the abandoned citadel’s existence was a secret known only to peasants living in the region.

      Colorway "Valparaiso"

      The ‘Jewel of the Pacific,’ as Valparaíso is known, bohemian and colorful, has long inspired poets and writers.

      Colorway "Islas Galapagos"

      The Galápagos Islands are a chain of islands, or archipelago, in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Galápagos are best known for their diverse array of plant and animal species. Many species are endemic, which means they are not found anywhere else in the world.

      Colorway "Desierto de Atacama"

      Atacama Desert, Spanish Desierto de Atacama, cool, arid region in northern Chile, 600 to 700 miles (1,000 to 1,100 km) long from north to south. Its limits are not exactly determined, but it lies mainly between the south bend of the Loa River and the mountains separating the Salado-Copiapó drainage basins. To the north the desert continues to the border of Peru.