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Kelbourne Woolens

Lucky Tweed

Lucky Tweed

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Lucky Tweed Colors: 006 black

Kelbourne Woolens Lucky Tweed, a quintessentially Irish yarn, is spun in Donegal, Ireland. This authentic Donegal tweed is the result of a close collaboration with a local mill. The outcome is an aran weight yarn that marries a rugged, rustic appearance with an irresistibly soft touch, making it an excellent choice for both garments and accessories.

What truly sets Lucky Tweed apart is its stunning depth of color. Each skein showcases a rich palette that's sure to inspire your creativity, bringing a touch of Irish heritage and a burst of color to every stitch.

This Aran weight yarn is perfect for your classic cardigans, hats, and anything else that requires a bit of rustic charm. Knit perfectly on US size 9 needles (5.5 mm) Lucky is a quick and satisfying yarn for everyday garments, as well as ones you want to last a lifetime.


Fiber Content 100% Merino wool
Length 210 yards (190 meters) / 100 gram skein
Gauge 16-18 sts = 4” (10 cm)
Needle US 7-8 (4.5-5 mm)
Care Handwash, lay flat to dry
Origin Made in Donegal, Ireland

Shipping & Returns

We ship Monday through Thursdays from Philadelphia, USA. Orders received after 4pm are considered received the following business day. We ship via UPS, worldwide.

Returns of tagged, unwound yarn in original condition will be accepted within 30 days of date of original purchase. Initiate a return here. Email to initiate an exchange.

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Customer Reviews

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Lucky Tweed

Starting a second saddle shoulder crew neck sweater with Lucky Tweed. I knitted one for a nephew and his brother saw it and wanted one too. I like that the yarn is warm but not heavy - fluffy. My nephews are 6’4” and other sweaters are so heavy. Love the colors and it’s a breeze to knit with.

Made by knitters, for knitters

Kate and Courtney met while working in a local yarn store in Philadelphia, PA; Courtney was a new mom and Kate was in her final year of grad school. Together they founded Kelbourne Woolens at Kate's kitchen table, and have been working side by side ever since. 

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