"Helvellyn Sock" is named after Helvellyn, a mountain in the English Lake District famous for Striding Edge, the knife-edge ridge leading up to it. But even on the steepest slopes of this mountain, sheep can be found grazing. That image captures this yarn perfectly--rugged yet striking. It would be perfect for socks (one skein should be enough for a pair, but check pattern requirements) but would also make beautiful shawls or other fingering weight projects.
Royalty is a variegated dark blue and deep purple colorway, with faint hints of red.
Care: Machine wash cold and lay flat to dry.
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