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This listing is for one 100gram/463yard skein of yarn in the colorway shown in the photos and described below. Photos show the yarn before and after re-winding. Either way, it is the same yarn.

*This is the same yarn type I have offered in Merino/Nylon, but it is BFL instead of Merino. BFL is a soft but sturdy yarn that has a bit of a sheen. Perfect for socks.

I can dye this colorway on a variety of bases that I have in stock (Sock/DK/Worsted/Aran).

Cranberry: Beautiful semi-solid that starts out as my Fire Engine red and then goes darker with a burgundy layer. Where Fire Engine is red hot; this red is cooler and deeper. *The last photo in this listing shows the two red yarns together. Cranberry is on the left with Fire Engine on the right.

Base yarn is a soft and lovely blend of superwash BFL (blue face leicester wool) and nylon to give strength and durability. This is a round 4-ply yarn similar to Trekking or other round sock yarns. Perfect for socks, lacework, baby items, and anything you want to wear next to your skin. **I have this yarn in merino/nylon as well as BFL/nylon. The difference is that BFL is a bit stronger than merino and has a bit of a sheen.

75% Superwash BFL/25% Nylon
100grams/463yards
7-9st=1" on US size 0-2 needles

Hand or machine wash gentle; lay flat (recommended) or tumble dry on low.

I hand-dye all my yarns one at a time, with care and attention to detail. I live in a non-smoking, dog/cat-free home.

Packages ship within three business days of receipt of payment. Please read my profile box for details on my policies.

I ship by Airmail to the US and Canada. Most packages arrive in one to two weeks.

**International/Overseas Buyers Only: Shipping rates listed are for Airmail. Surface/Ground takes two to three months, but Airmail typically takes one to three weeks. If you prefer the cheaper method of shipping and don't mind a really long wait, I can refund you the difference between Airmail and surface and ship it that way instead. Surface rates are usually the same as those listed to the US.