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GREENWAY hand dyed yarn fingering sock dk bulky yarn super wash

GREENWAY hand dyed yarn medium green semi-solid. Photos show this color on Euro Fingering base.

A beautiful compliment for my limited edition multicolors and 80+ semi-solid colors!

Choose base yarn type.
Details on all yarn bases per skein:
Weight per Skein: 3.5 oz (100 grams) for all skeins except Kid Mohair Silk, Suri Silk and PLY Giant (see below). Note: the Lux DK, Lux Suri Silk and Kid Mohair Silk take the dye in a softer, slightly lighter hue than the other bases.

~ PLY Fingering Sock: 400 yd (366 m) of 2 ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ Single Fingering Sock: 400 yd (366 m) of single ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ Merino Nylon Fingering Sock: 463 yd (423 m) of 4 ply 75% super-wash merino wool/25% nylon
~ Euro Fingering Sock: 438 yd (400 m) of 4 ply 100% super-wash merino wool

~ Merino Cashmere Nylon (MCN) Fingering Sock: 400 yd (366 m) of 2 ply 80% super-wash merino/ 10% cashmere/ 10% nylon
~ Sparkle Fingering Sock: 438 yd (400 m) of 2 ply 75% super-wash merino wool/20%nylon/5% stellina
~ Merino Silk Fingering Sock: 438 yd (400 m) of single ply 70% superwash merino / 30% silk
~ Kid Mohair Silk Lace: 459 yd (420 m) of single ply 72% kids mohair / 28% silk (weight: 1.76 oz (50 gm) per skein. The super soft halo on this lace weight yarn is gorgeous -hold along with another yarn for an extra special effect!)
~ Suri Alpaca Silk: 328 yards (300 m) of 74% baby suri alpaca / 26% mulberry silk (weight: 1.76 oz (50 gm) per skein. super soft, snuggly soft texture in fingering weight - hold along another yarn like a fingering weight to make a DK weight or hold double for a worsted weight.)

~ PLY DK: 231 yd (210 m) of 4 ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ Single DK: 240 yd (220 m) of single ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ Lux DK: 252 yd (230 m) of single ply 40% baby alpaca/40% merino/20% silk
~ Sparkle DK: 231 yd (210 m) of 4 ply 75% super-wash merino wool/20%nylon/5% stellina (stellina is a very soft nylon fiber, with a very subtle sparkle when the light hits it)

~ PLY Worsted: 218 yd (200 m) of 4 ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ PLY Bulky: 106 yd (97 m) of 3 ply 100% super-wash merino wool
~ Single Bulky: 76 yd (70 m) of single ply 80% super-wash merino wool/20% nylon
~ Handspun Alpaca: 43 yd (39 m) of single ply 100% super fine alpaca
~ PLY Giant: 21.75 yd (20 m) of jumbo i-cord 100% super wash merino wool (weight: 8.8 oz (250 gm) per skein).

Approximate gauges for the yarns:
Lace: 8-10 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 000-1 US / 1.5-2.5 mm needles
Fingering/Sock: 6-8 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 1-6 US / 2.5-4 mm needles
DK: 5-6 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 5-7 US / 3.75-4.5 mm needles
Worsted: 4-5 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 7-9 US / 4.5-5.5 mm needles
Bulky: 3-3.5 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 10-11 US / 6-8 mm needles
Handspun: 2-2.5 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 13-15 US / 9-10 mm needles
Giant: 1 st/1 in (2.5 cm) on 36 US / 20 mm needles

If you need any help choosing a base or have any questions, just ask :)

All yarns are hand dyed by Pancake and Lulu with professional, permanent and light fast acid fiber dyes.

*Guidelines above are approximations.

Ridiculously Beautiful : Pancake and Lulu Yarns : PLY
The highest quality, carefully selected yarns are hand dyed with complex color recipes in individual small batch dye sessions. This meticulous care creates beautiful, subtle color glazing, only achievable by this hand coloring technique. The result is the lovely effect of dappling by light and color, creating a fascinating fabric with no harsh color pooling or stripes. In this unique, versatile line of yarns, you will delight in the pure joy of the knitting process and the stunning effects of your results. Enjoy!

Please check the shipping time above for the lead time for me to create your hand dyed skeins. My recipes are carefully recorded and reproducible, however since each skein is hand-created individually, there may be variations from batch to batch - please order enough for your project for best match. Alternating skeins while knitting is a good practice to blend variations between skeins, should you wish to do so. Your happiness is my top priority - and I am very proud of my excellent feedback. Please contact me if you are dissatisfied with anything you purchase from Pancake and Lulu. :) Happy Crafting!

The sheep that supply us with our wool are 100% non-mulesed. We believe that mulesing is a cruel practice to the animals for the benefit of the wool farmer. You can be confident that PLY yarn and fiber is mulesing-free.

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