Nylon & Polyamide Yarn (7)

Nylon and polyamide fibers have been a boon to knitting and crocheting since it was introduced in 1935. When nylon or polyamides are added to natural fibers it improves strength and durability of the yarn which is why so many sock yarns contain nylon or polyamide today. Nylon is also a great ingredient in many novelty yarns where strength, elasticity and shimmer are wanted.

Worsted
4.25 sts = 1" on US 8
30% Nylon/27% Cotton/24% Acrylic/10% Silk/9% Linen
100g/216yds

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Worsted
4.5 sts = 1" on US 6-7
50% Cotton/28% Acrylic/22% Nylon
50g/131yds

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Novelty, Worsted
4.5 sts = 1" on US 7
70% Cotton/ 30% Nylon
50g/114yds

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Worsted
4.5-4.75 = 1" on US 8-9
70% Wool/ 22% Mohair/ 8% Polyamide
50g/153yd

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New
Worsted
4.5 sts = 1" on US 8
33% Baby Alpaca/ 30% Virgin Wool/ 26% Polyamide/ 11% Silk
50g/147yds

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Novelty, Worsted
4.5 sts = 1" on US 8
36% Alpaca/35% Polyamide/15% Silk/14% Cotton
50g/165yds

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New
Worsted
4 sts = 1" on US 9
70% Baby Alpaca/7% Merino/23% Polyamide
50g/143yds

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