Hobbii

Manaya

Worsted65% Wool, 35% Acrylic

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Yarn information

  • Brand::
    Hobbii
  • Content:
    65% wool, 35% acrylic
  • Weight:
    200 g (7.1 oz)
  • Length:
    510 m (558 yds)
  • Recommended needles:
    5 mm (US 8)
  • Gauge:
    18 stitches, 24 rows to 10 cm/4"
  • Yarn Weight:
    Worsted
  • Care instructions:
    Hand-wash at 86℉ (30°C) / Do not tumble dry / Do not iron / Dry flat
  • Hashtag:
    #hobbiimanaya

Yarn information

  • Brand::
    Hobbii
  • Content:
    65% wool, 35% acrylic
  • Weight:
    200 g (7.1 oz)
  • Length:
    510 m (558 yds)
  • Recommended needles:
    5 mm (US 8)
  • Gauge:
    18 stitches, 24 rows to 10 cm/4"
  • Yarn Weight:
    Worsted
  • Care instructions:
    Hand-wash at 86℉ (30°C) / Do not tumble dry / Do not iron / Dry flat
  • Hashtag:
    #hobbiimanaya

Manaya is a wonderful wool mix that is nice and warm. The large soft skeins with the finest mottles are in themselves so nice that you almost hardly have the heart to use them.

But when you first get a needle or hook in Manaya, it’s hard to put it down again. As with many color changing yarns, it’s exciting to follow the colors. Knitted or crocheted, the shades merge into each other in beautiful stripes.

A fine South American wool has been used, so Manaya is delightful to use for scarves, hats, ponchos or other cuddly accessories for example.

The yarn is OEKO-TEX® certified (no. 1976-294). Find more information about the certification on the https://www.oeko-tex.com/en/. 

Find patterns for the yarn here: Patterns (5)

Lauren

I’m working on crocheting a mosaic rug with color way 10 of this yarn and the off white Fluffy Day. This yarn is absolutely beautiful!! It’s so soft and the colors are just as vibrant as in the pictures. You also get a lot of yarn with each one. Sometimes it can be a little tricky to work directly from the cake/ball because the outer rings start sliding off, so I now wind it into smaller cakes with my ball winder. Amazing yarn though, and I’m so excited to get more!


Judith

Oh my goodness. I was starting to make a gauge swatch and pulled the yarn which came out sooo easily and I started. Since the yarn is variegated, I started with a dark color. At first I thought it was black which was ok because the colors called for it, but when I looked on closer inspection, it was not black but had faint tones of the dark plum and blue. THIS YARNIS GORGEOUS. I love it soooo much. The Manaya yarn is sooo wonderful.


Micaela

This worked up very nicely into an easy to wear scarf. The fibers do shed a bit, so factor that in if you plan to wear bright colors against dark fabrics. The yarn has a nice springy quality and the colors in colorway 10 are nice and vibrant. Looking forward to my next project with this yarn. It might be a bit itchy for a hat, but could be a nice blanket option.


Kristin

The yardage is very generous. I'm making the Manaya sweater with an accompanying strand of Alpaca Silk. It's incredibly soft. I'm making an XL sized sweater on size 13 needles and I was able to get the body, collar, & right sleeve done with just one ball of Manaya. I definitely want to do another project with this yarn. Just beautiful!


Amanda

Used #10 cerise to crochet a slouchy hat. The colors are yummy--they're not quite as bold as the picture, but an even better combination that reminds me of ripe fruits: grapes, blackberries, limes, blueberries, kiwis... Fun to work with, lovely light halo, a bit of a challenge to frog, but overall a wonderful yarn.


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