Hand dyed self striping sock yarn in 75% superwash merino wool with 25% nylon for extra durability.
Each colour repeat of brown and beige (like a certain librarian's layers of tweed) gradient stripes, mixed with thin stripes of neon yellow (like a hint of dangerous magic) is around 20 rows on 3½ mm/US4 needles, with 48 stitch socks.
This listing is for a 100 g skein containing 280 meters/306 yards of yarn. The merino wool is super soft and very warm, easy to knit with and has wonderful stitch definition. The nylon content makes the yarn hard-wearing so you can have your socks for years and years.
One skein will make a pair of short to medium cuff socks for most adult feet. For reference, the sample sock pictured is a size EU43/US13 women's sock (yes, I have big feet :) ), and that pair is made from a single skein. If you prefer a longer cuff, I recommend two skeins.
Machine washable on gentle/30°C. My yarns are dyed with professional acid dyes and thoroughly rinsed after dyeing, however slight bleeding may occur the first few washes, so please wash separately.
I share my home with two cats, and although I try to keep the yarn and the kitties separate, I cannot guarantee that the yarn is completely free of cat hair.
I try to represent the colours as accurately as I can, but please keep in mind that all monitors differ, and that the colour you see on your screen may be slightly different from the actual colour of the yarn.