Contrast Blast Socks: Surprise Sock Along KAL Sock Set Duo, Chartreuse Jaune + Oil Rubbed Bronze Aussie Extra Fine Sock with Nylon Sock Set + 3 Stitch Markers
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We have delightful sock set duos, coordinated both in color and contrast, chosen for Westknits upcoming surprise sock KAL. Wendy is knitting them on circular Chiagoo needles, 2 at a time, which allows her to progress together so she will have a finished pair at the end of the week's final clue.
We've adjusted the second picture to monochrome to allow you to gauge the contrast.
Shipping to US is just $5 flat rate, so make sure you have all you need for the project, including needles and notions. Your sock set will will be festively wrapped and includes a few very small treats from Amanda Hope Yarn.
Contrast Blast Sock Set:
⚜️Two 100 gram skeins of Aussie Extra Fine Sock with Nylon (a squishy, but versatile fingering weight yarn)
⚜️3 stitch markers
About the KAL:
Learn fun new techniques with detailed video tutorials as you knit a part of the sock each week for four total weeks of sock clues with Stephen West.
June 15 - Sign ups & kit launch
July 6 - Clue 1
July 13 - Clue 2
July 20 - Clue 3
July 27 - Clue 4
What do you need in addition to our kit? US 1 / 2.25mm DPNs or circular knitting needles, a cable needle, tapestry needle, and the pattern.
You can buy the pattern here.
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About the yarn:
Not just for socks. This base is versatile; it's nice and soft, but tough. If not for socks, a hat, a fall one skein wonder shawl... or just add to your stash.
Fingering weight 4 ply Superwash 19.5 micron Extra Fine Australian Merino 85%, Nylon 15%
Spun in Italy
Approximately 100 grams/400 meters or 3.5 oz./437 yards for each FULL SKEIN ;
Recommended needle size 2.5 mm - 4 mm (US 1 / 2.25mm suggested for this project)
Gauge (stockinette) 28 stitches x 36 rows over 10 cm/4 inches on 3.25 mm (US 3) needles
Hand dyed in Texas in small batches
Please hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry for best color retention. Dyes may bleed slightly on initial washing. Always test your gauge swatch for dyes bleeding when combining colors.