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Undyed Superwash Sock Yarn - 100g

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  • Materials: wool, yarn, dye
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 441 reviews
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  • Materials: wool, yarn, dye
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Favorited by: 16 people

This shop accepts Etsy gift cards

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This listing is for one skein of undyed sock yarn, ready for you to dye. This is the yarn base I use for most of the yarns in my store. It absorbs acid dyes beautifully.

If you would like me to do a custom dye for you, please see my other listing.

The yarn is a "nature"/cream-coloured 4-ply/sock yarn weight. 75% merino wool, 25% polyamide, made in Germany. A soft yarn with a firm twist, perfect for durable socks. Machine washable at up to 40ºC. Recommended needle size is between 2.5mm-3mm/US size 1-3. One skein is approximately 100g/3.5oz and 420m/460 yards.

Colours may vary depending on monitors/monitor settings.

Thanks for looking! Please see my shop policies for further yarn info and information about shipping fees. Any questions, just ask. :-)

Frequently asked questions about Spacefrog

My yarns are dyed to be colourfast (in a normal washing machine cycle) and are rinsed thoroughly after dyeing, although in the interest of preserving water, I do not go overboard. A small amount of bleeding may occur in the first wash - this is normal, particularly for very bright, intense colours, and should not affect the actual colour of the yarn. Some colours such as bright turquoises, very bright greens and some pinks and yellows are more prone to bleeding. To minimise this, I recommend washing your finished knitted item in cold water for the first time.

While they are not usually shown in the pictures, all my yarns come with a label that includes basic care instructions.
I hate knots in yarn and I'm sure you do too! They are annoying but sadly inevitable - they happen in all types of yarn, from bargain bin stuff to luxury yarn. I do my best to keep them to a minimum and I re-skein and knot check all my yarns before listing them for sale. I make every effort to mention any knots in my listings. Skeins with more than one knot are offered at a reduced price.
I am open to all of the above, so please don't hesitate to ask. Enquiries are welcome!
I source my yarns from established Australian and European suppliers. Depending on the type, I can order in different yarn bases at relatively short notice. I'm also always open to suggestions if you know of a great yarn base that I should stock.
I use quality acid dyes, which work best for animal fibres such as wool and silk. Acid dyes may sound a bit scary, but they are very safe and generally low toxicity. Unlike some dyes, they do not require heavy metal mordants.

The acids most commonly used to set the dyes are white vinegar or citric acid. I use citric acid as it is odour-free and economical.
No, I do not. :-) Etsy is a selling platform that is home to many thousands of individual shops.

Etsy may also choose to display similar items from other shops underneath my items, especially on mobile/app versions. I have no control over what other items may be shown to you. I am not responsible for the content of other shops' listings, nor am I associated with those shops.
Yes! I take your privacy very seriously. Any newsletters, review reminders etc. that you may receive are sent to you by Etsy, not by me. If you are getting too many (or not enough!) of them, you can change your email preferences in your Etsy account settings. I will only ever contact you if a current order from my shop requires it and will not send you any spam messages, ever!

Your address details are only used to process your order. I do not have access to your financial details.

End of FAQ - thank you for reading! :-)

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Frequently asked questions about Spacefrog

My yarns are dyed to be colourfast (in a normal washing machine cycle) and are rinsed thoroughly after dyeing, although in the interest of preserving water, I do not go overboard. A small amount of bleeding may occur in the first wash - this is normal, particularly for very bright, intense colours, and should not affect the actual colour of the yarn. Some colours such as bright turquoises, very bright greens and some pinks and yellows are more prone to bleeding. To minimise this, I recommend washing your finished knitted item in cold water for the first time.

While they are not usually shown in the pictures, all my yarns come with a label that includes basic care instructions.
I hate knots in yarn and I'm sure you do too! They are annoying but sadly inevitable - they happen in all types of yarn, from bargain bin stuff to luxury yarn. I do my best to keep them to a minimum and I re-skein and knot check all my yarns before listing them for sale. I make every effort to mention any knots in my listings. Skeins with more than one knot are offered at a reduced price.
I am open to all of the above, so please don't hesitate to ask. Enquiries are welcome!
I source my yarns from established Australian and European suppliers. Depending on the type, I can order in different yarn bases at relatively short notice. I'm also always open to suggestions if you know of a great yarn base that I should stock.
I use quality acid dyes, which work best for animal fibres such as wool and silk. Acid dyes may sound a bit scary, but they are very safe and generally low toxicity. Unlike some dyes, they do not require heavy metal mordants.

The acids most commonly used to set the dyes are white vinegar or citric acid. I use citric acid as it is odour-free and economical.
No, I do not. :-) Etsy is a selling platform that is home to many thousands of individual shops.

Etsy may also choose to display similar items from other shops underneath my items, especially on mobile/app versions. I have no control over what other items may be shown to you. I am not responsible for the content of other shops' listings, nor am I associated with those shops.
Yes! I take your privacy very seriously. Any newsletters, review reminders etc. that you may receive are sent to you by Etsy, not by me. If you are getting too many (or not enough!) of them, you can change your email preferences in your Etsy account settings. I will only ever contact you if a current order from my shop requires it and will not send you any spam messages, ever!

Your address details are only used to process your order. I do not have access to your financial details.

End of FAQ - thank you for reading! :-)