Louisa Harding Amitola Grande

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Louisa Harding Amitola Grande

Louisa Harding Amitola Grande is the big sister to Amitola, with the same vintage variegated colorways that you know and love. Just like it's little sister, this bulky weight yarn is spun from a gorgeous blend of wool and silk to create a soft and strong yarn that looks amazing knitted or crocheted up into both fitted and floaty garments or accessories.
Louisa Harding Amitola Grande is the chunky sibling from the Amitola range, with the same vintage variegated colourways that you know and love. Just like its little sister, this chunky weight yarn is spun with wool and silk to create a soft and strong yarn that looks amazing knitted or crocheted up into floaty garments and accessories.
  • Weight: Aran, Bullky
  • Needle size: US 10 (6.00mm)
  • Popular: Glamorous
  • Care instructions: Hand wash only, dry flat
  • Blend: 80% Wool 20% Silk
  • Length: 273yds (250m) per 3.5oz (100g) ball
  • Yarn tension: 18 sts x 24 rows to 4in (10cm)
30 day no quibble returns | Standard Delivery 5-7 days | Express Shipping Available
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Louisa Harding Amitola Grande is the big sister to Amitola, with the same vintage variegated colorways that you know and love. Just like it's little sister, this bulky weight yarn is spun from a gorgeous blend of wool and silk to create a soft and strong yarn that looks amazing knitted or crocheted up into both fitted and floaty garments or accessories.
Louisa Harding Amitola Grande is the chunky sibling from the Amitola range, with the same vintage variegated colourways that you know and love. Just like its little sister, this chunky weight yarn is spun with wool and silk to create a soft and strong yarn that looks amazing knitted or crocheted up into floaty garments and accessories.
  • Weight: Aran, Bullky
  • Needle size: US 10 (6.00mm)
  • Popular: Glamorous
  • Care instructions: Hand wash only, dry flat
  • Blend: 80% Wool 20% Silk
  • Length: 273yds (250m) per 3.5oz (100g) ball
  • Yarn tension: 18 sts x 24 rows to 4in (10cm)

Why buy from us?

  • Excellent Customer Service: Rated 4.7 out of 5 with 7800+ customer reviews
  • Eco friendly: 100% recyclable and biodegradable packaging
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4.8 Average   6 Reviews
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This yarn is awesome! I knit up the Frosted Leaves Pattern in Fall Colors ( New England Autumn Leaves). The colorway is gorgeous. The yarn s soft and squishy. I immediately received several requests from friends who want me to make them one, too!
Posted 1 year ago
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This yarn is such a tactile pleasure to work with—soft and light, yet warm, and with a nice halo. It splits a little, but that wasn’t much of an issue. I would definitely recommend it.
Posted 5 years ago
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Beautiful soft and colourful yarn
Posted 6 years ago
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beautiful wool, a delight to knit and colours are stunning
Posted 6 years ago
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Gorgeous wool. The colour striping of this shade is very striking.
Posted 7 years ago
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The wool is a lovely colour my only problem was when casting on I'd get half way an the yarn would just pull apart, ended up casting on with both needles rather than the thumb method.
Posted 7 years ago