Please note that the blanket pictured above is not part of this offer. It is for demonstration purposes only.
Pictures above show exactly what you will receive. Twenty (20) mini-hanks, in 20 colors. Each mini-hank is twenty-five (25) yards long. Some are a bit longer, but none will be shorter. You will be receiving my Lot 373, which is a study in neutral colors, and it will be exactly the hanks shown above.
I will be mailing them out to you via first class mail, in a poly white envelope. It is tear resistant and water resistant. The yarn will also be in a plastic bag for further protection. They will be mailed out the regular weekday following your payment. On the rare occasion that there is a one-day delay, I will notify you right away.
I have checked and rechecked the length of the skeins, but, as it is always possible to make an error, I am including an extra skein that is 12 - 24 yards long to make absolutely certain that you are getting the yardage paid for. Your bonus hank is in the last picture.
These little skeins are great for a lot of different projects. Check out the blanket pictured above. It is a mitered square blanket (picture used with permission) and the pattern for it is available on Ravelry. It takes about 12 yards for a small mitered square, so one of these mini-hanks will make two of the squares.
Regia Sock Yarn. Two colors of Regia Sock Yarn.
Opal. Five different colors.
Fortissima Solid, One color.
Trekking, Two colors
My own hand dyed is one color.
Brown Sheep Wildfoote, Four colors.
Austermann Step Sock Yarn, 5 colors
The extra little skein is from Regia.
All of these are sock yarns, but as in the case with yarns from different companies, you will find that the gauge is a bit different even when the recommended needle size is the same. For projects as in the mitered blanket, this difference blocks out pretty easily when finished with the project.
The yarns are machine washable in cold water and I always recommend that hand knitted items be allowed to dry flat rather than in the dryer.
Never put fabric softener with superwash wool, however. Superwash wool has been treated in order to prevent felting. Fabric softener can interfere with the treatment and may cause the knitted fabric to felt in subsequent washing.
Thank you so much for checking out this auction. Knit on, with happiness and joy.