Whether it's making a snow fort, skiing, skating, driveway ice hockey (a Picoult family tradition), or just pelting your brother with snowballs, there is no better feeling than coming inside with frozen fingers and rosy cheeks to enjoy homemade hot chocolate (and know that you don't have to feel guilty for relaxing in front of the fire for the rest of the day!) This yarn has an icy-cold, pale blue base with rosy pink speckle accents.
Yarn Details: 100% Superwash Merino Wool, 4-Ply, 435 yards / 100 grams. Merino Sock is a smooth, 4-ply yarn with amazing softness and stitch definition. It's my go-to sock yarn, but it will work beautifully for any pattern calling for fingering weight yarn. It is next-to-skin soft!
All of my yarn is hand-dyed in small batches with wash-fast and light-fast dyes in a professional dye studio. Although some colors can be repeated, each dye lot will be unique. I recommend alternating skeins if you are using more than one skein of the same color. I always recommend hand washing your knits in cool water, even if the yarn base contains superwash wool. As with all hand-dyed yarn, a very small amount of bleeding may occur with the first few washes -- especially with dark blues or hot pink colors.