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Gradient Sock Blanks


A sock blank is a piece of undyed knitted fabric that is dyed and then unraveled to knit a pair of socks (or anything else that requires sock weight/4ply yarn). The blank is not cast off, the live stitches are held on a lifeline. To knit your socks you cut the life line, find the end of the yarn and then start to knit straight from the blank, unravelling the yarn as you go. There is no need to unravel the yarn and wind it into a ball but if you find that the yarn is too kinked from being knitted already and prefer to unravel the blank, wind it into a skein and soak it to remove the kinks.

Available in Dazzler and Sprightly:

Dazzler: Sparkly, soft and strong – a beautiful yarn that is perfect for that special project where you want an added twinkle. This yarn takes the dye beautifully, creating rich, deep colours.

Fibre Content:  75% Superwash Merino, 20% nylon, 5% Sparkle
Yarn Ball Weight:  100g
Yarn Meterage/Yardage: 400/437

Sprightly: the workhorse of the sock weight yarns – with 25% nylon this is a tough yarn perfectly suited for socks, but the 75% merino makes it soft and wearable everyday close to your skin. It takes the dyes superbly so creates vivid, bright colours and gives great stitch definition. 

Fibre Content:  75% Merino, 25% Nylon

Yarn Ball Weight:  100g
Yarn Meterage/Yardage: 425/464

Care Instructions:
Machine Washable 30 / Hand Wash for best results / Dry Flat
Do Not Bleach / Do Not Iron
Gradient Blanks gently unwind from one end only, if it isn’t unwinding easily please use the other end. No need to ball.

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