Malabrigo names many of their yarns in Spanish, and Rasta is an example of this — Rasta in Spanish means “dreadlock,” and is how they refer to a very thick cord-like yarn.
Whip out a super-cozy accessory in just hours with this super-sized delight of a yarn. The premium Uruguayan merino is just as soft as ever, and Rasta comes in a range of unique “watercolor multi” colorways as well as a rainbow of semi-solid basics. Unbelievably squishy, this is the yarn to turn to when you want the ultimate in warmth or speed!
The colors shown on photos are illustrated as references; they can differ on more or less of individual tones due to the hand-dyed process. To ensure random color distribution, work from two balls of yarn at once, alternating a few rows from each ball.
Un-wound yarn and like-new needles and accessories may be returned in-store for store credit. All returns must be accompanied by a receipt.
If a return must be shipped back to Northwest Wools, the customer is responsible for all shipping costs.
No returns will be accepted for sale merchandise.
Beginning 1/1/2024, we will impose a time limit for all returns. Returns/exchanges will only be accepted within 6 months of purchase.
Prepackged kits will include yarns of the same dye lot; however, when purchasing yarn by the skein we cannnot garuntee that all skeins in an order will be from the same lot. If you are purchasing multiple skeins for the same project or are attempting to match the dye lot of skeins you already have, please call the shop at (503) 244-5024 to confirm the lot before placing your order.
We reserve the right to cancel classes any time before the day of the class. We will make every effort to contact students via the contact methods provided at checkout. If Northwest Wools cancels a class, students will receive a full refund.
Students may cancel their registration up to one week in advance of the beginning of class and receive a full refund. Otherwise, classes are non-refundable.
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