Mrs. Crosby Fading Point Yarn Pack -  ()
Mrs. Crosby Fading Point Yarn Pack -  ()
Mrs. Crosby Fading Point Yarn Pack -  ()
  • Fiber Content: 55% Superwash Merino Wool/15% Nylon/30% Outlast Viscose
  • Weight: Fingering, Sock
  • Gauge: 7 sts = 1" on US 1; suggested B hook
  • Weight/Yardage: 100g/425yds, 500g/2125yds total
  • Care: Machine Wash

Mrs. Crosby Fading Point Yarn Pack

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The Fading Point Yarn Pack from Mrs. Crosby features 5 gorgeous gradient hanks of Train Case yarn, specially selected for use with Joji Locatelli's Fading Point shawl. Pattern is sold separately and not included with the yarn. 

Train Case is a 3-ply yarn that's a soft & beautifully hand-dyed blend of superwash merino, nylon and Outlast—a rayon fiber technology that continuously interacts with a body's micro-climate to moderate temperature from being too hot or too cold. Train Case is machine-washable and the Fading Point Yarn Pack contains 5 hanks, 425yds each for a total of 2125yds, making this perfect for sweaters, cardigans or shawls! 

The Fading Point wrap is constructed from both ends towards the center, and then both pieces are connected with triangles to achieve a seamless rectangle. Colors are blended together between lovely lace sections that give this wrap a light feel and wonderful drape. Instructions are both written and charted. 

The Fading Point wrap pattern may be purchased directly from Ravelry and is not included in this pack. Visit the Fading Point pattern page for more details on this beautiful shawl! 

Hand-dyed yarns have subtle variations in colors that are natural and may vary from skein to skein. There may be differences between pictures shown and the yarn you receive. To ensure the best results for your project:

  • Buy enough yarn for your entire project at one time.
  • When using hand-dyed yarn in your project work two rows from one skein and two rows from another skein to give an overall blended effect.

If you have any questions or concerns about hand-dyed yarn, please contact Customer Service.

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