Double Knit Sock Blank This sock blank was machine knit by me whit 2 threads of Fingering yarn hold together. It’s meant to do TWO-AT-A-TIME projects. My double-knit sock blank are perfect to knit or crochet 2-at-a-time socks, slippers, mittens, gloves, fingerless gloves/mitts… Whatever the project you choose to do the end result will be a almost identical pair.
Yarn: 70% Superwash Merino 20% Bamboo 10% Nylon Weight: Fingering 115 grams (4 oz) 426 mètres (466 yards) in total with 2 threads Needles : 2.75 - 3.25 mm (2 - 3 US)
Care: wash cold, lay flat to dry Dye Method: Freehand painted with passion!
WHAT IS A SOCK BLANK?
Basically, a sock blank is undyed yarn that has been machine knitted. I machine knit my own sock blanks so I can knit it wider than usually. These sock blanks are single knit, which means if you are making socks or mitts they will not match. My sock blanks are all hand painted. I do not know what they will look like knitted up and that’s part of the fun! When knitting from a blank, you simply unravel it as you knit. Please note that the yarn is going to be kinky, and that your project will look wrinkly until it’s washed and blocked.