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Deep Unrelenting Gray


This superwash merino wool is the fingering weight version of Blue Moon’s signature sock yarn Socks that Rock (aka STR). However, because of its elasticity, it’s not your typical, everyday fingering yarn. Do not under any circumstances wash or dry this yarn in a machine…or even agitate a lot in a sink. You will end up with felt.
Emiily Shemily Shawl
Though I am knitting a simple lace shawlette, the well-rounded/energized 3-ply STR makes wonderful textured knit with stitch clarity.
Emiily Shemily Shawl Lace Edging
I love how the tightly plied yarn feels, the way it behaves, how it knits up, and the colors are quite alluring. However, if you can’t stand a bit of wonky pooling (varies depending on size of project…from socks to sweaters) and let the yarn do what it will, this may not be the high-end yarn for you.
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Taking younger teen’s comment into consideration, I reworked the nose and eyes of the fulled owlie
Snowbound Owlie - Nose/Eyes Rework
Wrist warmer or sweater pocket?
Down with the Flu?
Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!


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Comments on: "Deep Unrelenting Gray" (2)

  1. I love the springiness of STR. But why do you say this superwash merino felts? I put my STR mediumweight socks in the washer all the time, and sometimes in the dryer, too.

  2. PS that's a lovely semi-solid gray. No pooling there!

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