I used a hot pink textile paint that can also be watered down and used like a fabric dye. After it is dyed, it is left to dry overnight. Once it is dry it's then heat set in the dryer. This is a slightly stiffer yarn, due to the fact that it is not dyed with a traditional dye. I had to sacrifice some of the softness for that amazing neon color!
I only use seamless t shirts and cut all my yarn into one continuous strand. There are no knots, or seam in my yarn.
About 4 oz in weight
Best Tools for the Job:
Crochet Hook: J, I, K
Knitting Needle: US8, US 9, US10
I use as much natural lighting as I can to give you accurate pictures. This neon is very difficult to capture due to it's brightness.
When washing this yarn please hand wash using cold water. This can be tumble dried on low, or left to air dry.
*Please keep in mind that this yarn is hand dyed, which means no two skeins will ever be the same. I use the same brand of dye on all my yarns, and time the dye baths all the same, but the intensity, values, hues, and patterns will vary slightly.Need 20 skeins? 50-100 skeins? Need a specific color? I can create a custom order for you!