Manos del Uruguay Serena Yarn
Manos Serena is the latest in Manos del Uruguay's collection of kettle dyed yarns. The amazing combination of baby alpaca and pima cotton makes this a luxurious yarn that may be worn through most seasons. Serena has an ultra soft feel and elegant drape. Serena knits up at a dk weight and is available in those rich space dyes and semi solid tones you've come to love from Manos del Uruguay yarns.
Please note: Semi-Solid Shades are $15.49, Space Dyed Shades are $16.49
|Manos Serena Yarn|
|Fiber Content||60% Baby Alpaca, 40% Pima Cotton|
|Yarn Weight||50 gram hank|
|Yardage/Ball||approx. 170 yards|
|Gauge||22-26 sts to 4" on US 4-5 needles, dk/sport weight yarn|
|Care||Hand wash, dry flat|
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Free Pattern featuring Manos Serena yarn
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Posted by Virginia fuller on 5th Mar 2015
Look forward to completing this project. The yarn is a dream to work with. It simply glides over the needles. Yes. Many stitches and rows to the inch but seems to work fast.
Posted by LeAnn on 5th Mar 2015
Love this yarn. The colors are gorgeous and the yarn washes beautifully. I made the Trufa Shawl as a gift and will make another for myself. The yarn really is more of a DK than fingering weight. Beautiful!
Posted by Aida Castro on 22nd May 2014
Love this yarn, so soft and the color is nice.
Posted by christine bickham on 18th Apr 2014
I bought my first few skeins of this and it is beautiful and always top quality.Love any Manos yarn!
Posted by Unknown on 7th Dec 2013
Lovely warm grey color. (Seal). Good to knit, easy on my hands. Making Manos pattern "Feston", very simple, but if you dislike counting many hundreds of stitches, maybe it's not the pattern for you. A different color, dyed by a different co-op, does have some knots, so I think it's simply chance. Worth the bit of effort to eliminate the knots.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Jul 2012
I ordered this yarn for making a shawl after I saw a sample shawl made from the same yarn. I am very glad I did so--this yarn has a good drape, is soft next to the skin and is a perfect blend of fibers for our warm climate. I like the range of colors offered in Serena as well. I find it very easy to knit with without any issues with splitting or without knots. I would highly recommend this yarn for shawls or anything else that would be next to one's skin.