This listing is for a Dyed To Order skein of yarn.
I have many of these yarns currently in my inventory, so turn around should be fairly quick. This color may be ordered on multiple bases.
If the current inventory is showing zero, just message me and I will adjust accordingly
Beautiful deep shiny blue tonal. Shown with Bermuda, Peacock, Sea Turtle and Juniper
Perfect Sock Base
75/25 SW Merino/Nylon 4-Ply 463 yards / 100 grams fingering weight 7-8 sts / in. on US #1-3 needles
Plump Sock Base
80/20 SW Merino/Nylon 2-Ply 400 yds / 100 grams fingering weight 7-8 sts / in. on US #1-3 needles
Soft Sock Base
100% SW Merino 3-ply 490 yds / 100 grams fingering weight 7-8 sts / in. on US #1-3 needles
Super Sport Base
100% SW Merino 3-ply 328 yds / 100 grams sport weight 6 sts / in. on US # 3-5 needles
100 % SW Merino 4-Ply 231 yds / 100 grams DK weight 5.5 sts / in on US # 5-6 needles
* All of my yarn is carefully dyed using professional grade acid dyes and done in small batches to try and ensure color integrity and quality. Each finished skein is given an extensive three step rinse process - until the water runs clear in each step. Hand washing in hot water can cause the bond between the dye and the fiber to break and release color, so please, wash in only lukewarm/room temp water and keep in mind that the skeins still may release some color upon further washing.
* Because of the nature of hand dyes, each skein differs slightly and is unique, even when coming from the same dye pot. When working with multiple skeins, consider alternating skeins every other row to help blend colors. Colors can vary from monitor to monitor, and I have tried my best to capture true colors in my photos.
* I dye in a pet friendly / smoke free home, and while I do my best to keep my stock away from the pets, I cannot promise a fur free product!
Handwash your item in COOL water only, and lay flat to dry. Even though this is superwash yarn, your items life will be prolonged if you take time to hand wash it with care.
Hand dyed yarn MAY bleed minimally in the first few washes. This is not abnormal, and can be caused by using warm or hot water, or using water that is not PH neutral. Hot water can cause the bond between the dye and the fiber to break and release color. To help counter this, always wash in COOL water, and you can use a 'Color Catcher' if they are available in your area.