Eden Lake - Slasher Sock 2.0
Jack has an (unhealthy?) obsession with resist dyeing yarn, which is how Eden Lake was made. The base layer is a beautiful short gradient that goes from a fresh grassy green into a vibrant blue. After that, they dyed the second layer in black, using a chain knotting technique that would allow some areas to go undyed (much like tie-dye with fabric).
A 100% merino superwash powerhouse for the softer things in life. This yarn knits up perfectly for garments and other next-to-skin soft items. This version replaces our old Mighty Merino base but has the same characteristics. It takes the dye very vividly, is soft, smooth, and comes in slightly shorter wound skeins.
|Fiber contents||100% extra fine superwash merino|
|Weight per skein||100 grams / 3,5 oz|
|Running Length||400 meters / 437 yards|
|Yarn Type||Fingering weight / 4-ply|
We advise against knitting socks with this yarn. While a merino yarn consisting of 4 plies can be used to knit socks, they will quite probably wear out faster than sock yarns with added nylon, or made out of BFL.
This listing is for 1 skein of yarn. Photo of multiple skeins shows a comparison between yarn bases and/or skeins.
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