On-Line Supersocke Montana Color

$15.50 Skein
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  • Fiber Content: 75% Wool/ 25% Polyamide
  • Weight: Fingering, Sock
  • Gauge: 7.5 sts = 1" on US 1-2
  • Weight/Yardage: 100g/459yds
  • Country Of Origin: Made in Turkey

Hard-wearing On-Line Supersocke Montana Color creates stripes all on its own as you work. It's a machine-washable and tumble-dryable sock yarn with aloe and jojoba to soften your hands as you knit or crochet. One skein makes one pair of socks. Made in Turkey

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Rough as burlap

By Ei

from NY,NN

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Comments about true Supersocke Montana Color:

I am making a vest for an infant, but this wool is very coarse maybe good for a net bag thats about it. Way overpriced poor quality yarn

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Rough as burl

By Ei

from NY,NN

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Comments about true Supersocke Montana Color:

Aloe I don't feel anything but the roughness of this yarn. Way overpriced feels like really poor grade wool.

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Poor quality yarn

By Obsessive sock knitter

from Billerica MA

Comments about true Supersocke Montana Color:

When I began to pull from the center of the skein, about 10 or 12 yards came out in a blob, unconnected to the rest of the skein. I put those aside, piled out more for my cast on, and found a knot (graft) a few more yards in. I cut that off, proceeded with the sock, when, about 2 inches front the toe decreases I found another graft. I had no choice but to continue with the sock, but the established striping pattern is now way off. I am reluctant to even make the second sock, but I've already invested my time, so I will continue. I would never buy this yarn again.

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