Double Knit Sock Yarn Blanks

75% SW merino / 25% nylon

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Double Knit Sock Yarn Blanks $18.55 17.12 15.90
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Approx. 463 yds, 1 skein
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Knit into a long rectangle with two strands of yarn, these sock blanks are meant for knitting directly off the blank, two socks at a time. No need to unravel the blank into two separate balls. The tension of the double knitted fabric is looser than the original Super Sock Blank. Give the double knit blank a nice long bath in warm water - it's key to being sure that dye will saturate the yarn. Each blank is approximately 10" x 33" when dry.
A horizontal dye pattern will yield a wider swath of color to the final knit fabric and when dyed in vertical patterns it will give a more varied appearance to the final knit fabric.

  • 75% SW merino / 25% nylon
  • Approximately 3.5 oz., approx. 463 yard skeins
  • Approximately 28 sts per 4"
  • Dyes great with Acid Dye

Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)



      
          
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