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West Yorkshire Spinners – Signature 4Ply Seasons
Something new for all the lovers of handknit socks! West Yorkshire Spinners came with a new range of colours called Seasons for its well-known Signature 4ply sock-yarn.
You will enjoy the high quality of this yarn made of 75% of wool (including 35% BFL, a resistant fiber that has a slight sheen) and 25% nylon in wonderful autostriping colours. How can a sock knitter resist? If you have already knitted this type of yarn, we are pretty sure that you will agree with us. In fact, it is exactly THE perfect yarn to knit socks quickly… But also to cure your second sock syndrome! For knitting autostriping yarn is a kind of magic. Oh, the cute pink stripe! Oh the happy orange one! And what will be the colour of the next one? You are so caught up in the game that you end up with a new pair of socks without even realizing it (and quickly want to cast on the next one).
Plus, with the colours of this Seasons range, you will be able to choose your next project in phase with your mood of the day. In need of a new perspective? Try the freshness of a spring green. In a romantic mood? Why not cast on a beautiful summer sunset… Want to switch to a calm and meditative mode? Winter icicles shades are made for you! And if you want to add a personal touch to this explosion of colours, you can try and combine them with the solid colours of the range.
What you need to know about this yarn:
- Weight: fingering
- Composition: 75% wool (including 35% Bluefaced Leicester), 25% nylon
- 400 meters / 100 grams per ball
- Available in 4 shades
- Needles: 3.25 mm
- Gauge: 28 stitches x 36 rows = 10cm
- Handwash or machine wash using a wool program, dry flat
Thanks to the Seasons range of the Signature 4ply yarn, you will be able to knit yourself new colorful socks with the magic of the autostriping yarns. As always with this brand, the mix of colours is really a success! If you don’t believe us, you can check for yourself: the other autostriping yarns of the brand and the Christmas special. And if you are curious to see what the yarn looks like once knitted, you can find them on its Ravelry page.
New to sock knitting? Our pattern Suzette is what you need! In it, we take you by the hand to knit your very first pair of socks with a very detailed photo tutorial.