This may be a common sense question -- however, when a yarn's weight states "double knit" does that mean that you knit with two strands? I'm looking to knit a scarf with two yarns. I'm thinking of combining baby alpaca (because I absolutely love it's softness) with a very fine angora. I would think a lightweight angora would lend some luxury to the aplaca while helping bulk up the scarf just a bit. My goal is to knit something incredibly soft and warm. I really want the feel of angora, but not all that fuzziness (or expense). I thought if I stuck to just one thin strand of angora it might be what I'm looking for. I know I would still end up with a little fuzziness, yet maybe just enough to make the scarf unique. Does this sound workable to you veteran knitters??