Sugar Plum is a unique colorway born from a variety of pre-mixed dye stocks I had sitting around awhile. It's not likely to be one I could replicate again quite so precisely. I consider it a winter holiday themed colorway with gorgeous blends of navy, burgundy, grey beige and purple, but it would be nice any time of year for a single skein project.
Description of Bases, 1 skein of each available:
Everyday Sock Yarn Base
75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon
463 yds/ 423 meters
3.5 oz/ 100 grams
Everyday Sock base, this yarn is an incredibly soft and durable 4-ply yarn that highlights the comfy softness of Merino wool blended with the strength of nylon. This yarn is great for garments you can wash and wear again and again, such as socks, baby sweaters, shawls, tops or anything you want to wear close to your skin.
Spiral Sock Yarn Base:
80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon
400 yards/ 366 meters
3.5 ounces/ 100g skein
This 2-ply yarn is so incredibly soft and durable thanks to the added Nylon. It will be a yummy treat for anyone’s toes!
NEW! Limited Time Base! EcoAlpaca Sock Yarn Base:
70% Superwash Fine Highland Alpaca, 30% Nylon
398 yards/365 meters
3.5 ounces/100g skein
A wonderfully washable and luxuriously soft fingering weight yarn that has the warmth of alpaca combined with an absolutely gorgeous drape for next-to-skin softness. This yarn is Oekotex, Blue Sign and REACH approved which means it's eco-friendly superwash processing keeps waterways clear and healthy with no chlorine, resins, sulfuric acid or harmful chemicals. This yarn would make the softest socks, a drapey shawl or garment, or the fluffiest baby sweater or bonnet!
Machine wash gentle in cold water, tumble dry low. While the yarn is machine washable, I highly recommend washing by hand with wool wash and laying out flat to dry for lasting quality.
Hand dyed using professional acid dyes. Due to the nature of this process, no two skeins are completely identical, though they are dyed together in small batches. Colors will vary between batches, so if using two or more skeins of one color in a project, it is recommended to work a few rows from each skein then switch.
Colors may also vary between viewing monitors and know that I do make every effort to accurately depict the true colors of the yarn in each and every listing photo.