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True Blood Red

Blue Moon Fiber Arts

Socks That Rock Mediumweight

Regular price $28.00 Sale

Color
True Blood Red
Saffron Jungle
Maize
Ochroid
Pondscum
Pistachio
Mossay
Spinel
The Winter Blues
In the Navy
Vancouver Violet
Deep Purple
Smoke on the Water
PDX Rose City
Tit 4 Tat
V is for Vagenda
Psychobarbie
Help Us Rhonda
Greige
Stumptown Brown
Winter Solstice
Deep Unrelenting Gray
Shadow
Morticia
Lazy Days
Bowies Laughing Gnomes
Delirium
Birthday Sprinkles
Olive Garden
I Love What Youre Wearing
My Wild Irish Girlie
Pebble Beach
Grimble
Scum Bubbles
Old Speckled Hen
Grimm
Marbles
Tidepooling
Crabby McCrabbypants
Boobie 2
Farmhouse
Heirloom Tomato Jam
Stardust
Sail On Silver Girl
On the Vine
Firebird
Crabby McHappypants
Pucks Mischief
Typhoon Tina
Fire on the Mountain
Potomac
Just Jack
Vernonia
Knittys Rainbow
Samhain
Song Sung Blue
Gnome for the Holidays
Saturday Market
Crazy Lace Agate
Raspberry Beret
Red Rock Canyon
Bet You Thought This Skein Was About You
Hard Rock
Tinas Silver Lining
Boobie 1
Muddy Autumn Rainbow
Loch Ness
Hand Me Down Hues
Breakfast Club
Dress Like Your Pet
Twisteds 10th Anniversary Specktacular
Sunrise Over Multnomah Channel
Portland Puddles


Socks That Rock Mediumweight Description

This is the sport-weight version of Blue Moon Fiber Art's signature sock yarn. A tightly plied, high grade superwash merino. It is great for stitch definition, and it has tremendous bounce.

Fiber: 100% superwash merino
Weight: Sport
Gauge: 28 - 32 stitches = 4" / 10 cm for socks; great at a looser gauge for other projects
Needles: US 1.5 / 2.5 mm to US 2.5 / 3 mm for socks; great on a larger needle for other projects
Put up: 6 ounces / 170 gram hank
Length: 402 yards / 368 meters
Care: Machine wash cold on delicate. Lay flat to dry.

Please note that like all Blue Moon Fiber Arts yarn, this is dyed by hand and will vary from skein to skein and batch to batch. Your skein will differ from the one pictured. Please buy enough for your entire project all at once. To achieve the most even-possible color distribution, consider alternating skeins while working your project.