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In Spanish, amor means love, and since we immediately fell in love with this 100% Baby Llama yarn, Llamor was the perfect choice for a name! Made in Peru, the fiber is de-haired leaving only the ultra-soft undercoat to be spun into this striking yarn. Lightweight, soft, and springy, this yarn will work up beautifully in dk-worsted gauges to create sweaters, accessories, and elegant warm-winter items.

100% Baby Llama (De-haired) • 109 yards per 50 gram ball • US 5-6 needles • 3.75mm-4mm needles • Approx. 5.5-6 sts per inch

Garter Riff Moebius Cowl

Finished Dimensions: Approx. 40” circumference x 11” tall
Featured Yarn: HiKoo(®) Llamor, 100% Baby Llama (De-haired); 109 yds / 50g, (4) balls, (2) two balls in MC and (2) two balls in CC.
addi® Needles & Notions: 4.5mm (approx. US 7) 47” addi® circular needle or size(s) needed to obtain gauge; Tapestry needle, stich marker.

Karin's Llamor Moebius Cowl

Finished Dimensions: Approx. 30” circumference x 14” tall
Featured Yarn: HiKoo ® Llamor, 100% Baby Llama (De-haired); 109 yds / 50g, (1) one ball each in (4) four colors.
addi® Needles & Notions: 4 mm (approx US 6) 47” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge; Tapestry needle, stitch marker.

Reversible Garter Plaid Scarf

Finished Dimensions: 6” Wide x 72” Long
Featured Yarn: Hikoo® Llamor, 100% Baby Llama (De-haired); 109 yds / 50 g ball. Scarf uses 5 balls in the following colors: 2 balls of Color A (#1704-Avena/Oats), and 1 ball each of Color B (#1705- Tierra/Earth), Color C (#1702-Carbon/Coal), and Color D (#1776-Aji Picante/Chili Pepper).
addi® Needles & Notions: 5.5 mm (approx. US 9) 40” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge; Tapestry needle

Versatility Shrug

SIZES and MATERIALS: 

Style & Fit Sleeve Circumference Length (Cuff to Cuff) Llamor Needed (in balls)
Version 1 (Narrower Sleeve) 18” 40” 6 balls
Version 2 (Narrower Sleeve) 18” 46" 7 balls
Version 3 (Narrower Sleeve) 18” 52” 8 balls
Version 4 (Narrower Sleeve) 18” 56” 9 balls
Version 5 (Wider Sleeve) 24” 40” 8 balls
Version 6 (Wider Sleeve) 24” 46" 9 balls
Version 7 (Wider Sleeve) 24” 52” 11 balls
Version 8 (Wider Sleeve) 24” 56” 11 balls

Featured Yarns: HiKoo® Llamor, 100% Llama, 109 yd / 50 g ball
addi Needles & Notions: Llamor: Two (2) 4.0 mm (approx US 6) 32” circular needles 5.0 mm (approx US 8) 40” or 47” circular needle (for edging); Stitch holder, tapestry needle, row counter

Pebbles Cardigan

Sizes And Materials: Finished Bust Measurements: 36” (39”, 42”, 46”, 49”)
Featured Yarn: HiKoo® Llamor, 100% Llama (dehaired), 109 yd / 50g; 9, [10, 11, 13, 14] balls
addi® Needles & Notions: • 3.75 mm (approx US 5) 16” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge • Stitch markers • Two (2) 1” buttons • Tapestry needle • Stitch holders

Rippling River Cowl

SIZE and MATERIALS: Size (before blocking): 16” circumference x 11” deep
Featured Yarns: HiKoo® Llamor, 100% Baby Llama (de-haired); 109 yds / 50g; three (3) balls.
addi Needles & Notions: Two (2) 5.0 mm (approx US 8) 24” circular needle (2 nd needle for Kitchener Stitch closing) 5.0 mm (approx US H) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge; Cable needle; tapestry needle

Classic Family Hat

SIZES and MATERIALS: Sizes: Infant (Child-Sm, Child-Lg, Adult-Sm, Adult-Med, Adult-L, Adult-XL) To Fit: Approx Head Circumference: 18” (19”, 20”, 21”, 22”, 23”, 24”)
Featured Yarns: {HiKoo® Llamor, 100% Baby Llama; 109 yds / 50 g ball} Yarn Quantity Needed: This pattern requires as few as three (3) balls or as many as six (6) balls of yarn, depending on Gauge, hat size, and CC usage. As a general rule: MC = 2 {balls}; CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4 = 1 {ball} of each different color.
addi Needles & Notions: {3.5 mm (approx US 4) 16” circular needle}{3.75 mm (approx US 5) 16” circular needles} {3.75 mm (approx US 5) DPNs (set of 3 needed)} or sizes needed to obtain gauge; Crochet hook of similar size to the needles (for provisional cast on), tapestry needle, waste yarn, stitch markers




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