Silky Merino

Silky Merino

PRICE: 9.50 EUR
Ingredients: 51% Silk,49% Merino Wool
Weight: 50g
Width: 137m
Advisable knitting needle size: 3,5-4 mm
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Colours

  • Quantity 16
    (SM435) Turquoise
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  • Quantity 10
    (SM415) matisse blue
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  • Quantity 10
    (SM409) Dill
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  • Quantity 10
    (SM410) Spring Water
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  • Quantity 9
    ( SM850 ) Archangel
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  • Quantity 7
    (SM037) Lettuce
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  • Quantity 6
    (SM476) Bahia
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    (SM405) Sand
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    (SM866) Arco Iris
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    (SM480) Bee
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    ( SM862 ) Piedras
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    (SM403) Coral
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    (SM063) Natural
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    (SM479) Vigo
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    (SM195) Black
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    (SM416) Indiecita
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    (SM470) Bosques
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    (SM611) Ravelry Red
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    (SM430) Smoke
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    (SM429) Cape Cod Grey
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    (SM157) Amoroso
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    (SM066) Lavanda

Additional info

This delightfully drapey favorite combines 50% silk and 50% merino into a single-ply DK yarn that is absolutely a treat to knit and a joy to wear. The combination is soft, smooth, and itch-free even on the most sensitive skin- absolutely wonderful for garments, scarves, and other next-to-your-skin items. The silk content gives the yarn a bit more weight and drape than a pure merino, and a slight sheen that is absolutely gorgeous. The fibers take dye a little differently, adding extra depth to the wide selection of semi-solid, variegated, and watercolor-multi colorways available.

Great for: Accessories, shawls, garments, cables, colorwork, textured stitches, lace.

Be sure to get enough yarn to complete your project since each bag is a different dye lot, and skeins may vary from bag to bag. In the tagged (*) colors, the skeins may vary one from the other even within the same bag. To ensure random color distribution, work from two balls of yarn at once, alternating a few rows from each ball.