Rosários4 is a Portuguese family business that has become an international benchmark due to the high quality of its yarns for knitting to crochet and embroider. This Portuguese factory, located on the top of Mira de Aire, carries creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm on its DNA. Thus, it is capable of innovating and adapting to the demands of the market and also of meeting the needs of weavers like you around the world.

Without ever losing sight of their origins, Rosários4 goes further. On its wide catalog you will find an assortment of yarns from acrylics to natural fibers such as bamboo through those of natural origin such as milk. Each year, Rosários4 presents two new collections that always set trends. In its web you will also find hundreds of free patterns to update your projects.


From the search for new yarns with cashmere comes this new yarn from Rosários4. The characteristics of Abraço make it ideal to knit clothes for all ages, including baby clothes.

  • Composition: 90 % cotton and 10% cashmere
  • Length: 140 m / 50 g
  • Thickness: : DK
  • Recommended needles: 3.5-4 mm


One of the novelties of Rosários4 for spring/summer 2021. It is very soft to the touch due to its composition, 80% organic cotton and 20% Lyocell SeaCell™LT, a fibre derived from seaweed. In addition, it has a great definition of the stitch. It is a 100% organic yarn.

  • Composition: 80% organic cotton and 20% Lyocell SeaCell™LT
  • Length: 180 m / 100 g
  • Thickness: Worsted /Aran
  • Recommended needles: 4 – 4.5 mm


Natural vegetable fiber blends are a trend and this Rosários4 classic is gaining followers day by day. Damasco has been the yarn chosen for the pattern of the shawl that Rosários4 publishes every year on the occasion of Saint Anthony’s Day.

  • Composition: 70% cotton and 30% linen
  • Length: 200 m / 100 g
  • Thickness: Worsted / Aran
  • Recommended needles: 3.5-4 mm

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