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Berroco Aerial Lace

SKU: BRAL-3401
$12.00 $15.00
: Ivory 3401
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Berroco Aerial lace yarn lives up to the name. Airy and light, this blended mohair and silk lace yarn pairs perfectly with any of Berroco's hardier yarns to produce a beautiful halo. Use this decadent yarn on its own to create a light-weight fabric that is both beautiful and soft.

See the multi-colored version of this yarn HERE.

See projects featuring this yarn HERE.

See more high-quality yarns from Berroco HERE.

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Please make sure you order enough for your project as dye lots can vary between batches.

Yarn Details: 

Yarn Weight: Lace

Texture: Halo

Put up: Ball

Skein Weight: 25 grams (0.88 ounces)

Yardage/Meterage: 284 yards (260 meters)

Recommended Needle Size: US 2 (2.75mm) - US 6 (4mm)

Gauge: 4.5-6 stitches per inch. 18-24 stitches & 26-40 rows per 4 inches.

Fiber Content: 65% Mohair, 35% Silk

Care Instructions: Hand wash in cold water. Lay flat to dry.

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We have partnered with Berroco to bring you a wide range of yarns. In the event that we don't have sufficient stock at our shop, your yarn may be  be drop-shipped from the Berroco in North Smithfield, Rhode Island USA. Please allow up to 3-5 business days for your order to be processed and shipped out. We will contact you with any shipping and tracking information for your order.

If your project is time-sensitive, please contact us regarding the current stock & shipping times of specific lines and colorways. You can call us at (509) 536-7746 or send us an email at

Featured Patterns Using Berroco's Aerial Lace Yarn:

The Carnation shawl knit with Berroco Aerial Yarn

Carnation Shawl
by Alison Green
Craft: Knit
Skill Level: Intermediate
Cost: Free
The Carnation shawl is light and lacy, with a simple repeating pattern. As relaxing to make as it is beautiful to wear.
Click Here to Download

The Spencer cardigan knit with Berroco Sesame Chestnut 7457 and Berroco Aerial Copper 3433

by the Berroco Design Team
Craft: Knit
Skill Level: Intermediate
Cost: $8
Spencer is that classic, reach for it cardigan. Using both Berroco Sesame and Berroco Aerial held together it has the softest touch which will make you want to keep making excuses to wear it every day.
Click Here to Download

Click here to view more patterns on Berroco featuring Berroco's Aerial Lace Yarn.

About Berroco:

Berroco has been producing quality yarn for 40 years but the company's roots actually go back centuries. From the Daniel Day Mill in 1809 to present-day Stanley Mill, six generations of Wheelocks have been continuously involved in the American textile industry.

Warren Wheelock's great-great-great-grandfather, Jerry Wheelock, began the tradition by producing woolen cloth, an enterprise that would grow and change, enduring the test of time. In 1905, Stanley Wheelock established Stanley Woolen Mills, surviving the great depression, two world wars, and weathering the changing times and demands in the world of textiles. In 1968, the Wheelock family formed Stanley Berroco which was transformed into Berroco in 1987 by Warren Wheelock and his wife, Caroline. The new firm grew to become one of the largest importers of handknitting yarns, patterns, and supplies in the United States and Canada.

Berroco is known for its high-quality yarns which widely range from traditional to novelty and are sourced from all over the world, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Brazil, and Peru. Located on the site of the old Lonsdale Cotton Mill (1904) in North Smithfield, Rhode Island, Berroco continues its well-rooted family tradition of providing quality textiles at affordable prices.

“Ever since we were teenagers we worked in the mill, doing various jobs, learning the business, so we got to know the people, and they knew us…” quote from 1994 interview with Philip, Arthur & Strickland Wheelock.