Self Striping Sock Yarns – With A Difference

A while back I started dyeing up sock blanks and our colour block yarns were born.

Then I decided that I’d like to combine the colour shifts of the colour blocks with some definite stripes – like this:

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Knitted over 69 stitches on 2mm needles the colours change every three rounds or so between black and a colour – and the colours transition over the length of the 50g ball.

There are 5 colours for the update tomorrow

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Black and Turquoise to Green
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Black and Orange to Yellow

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Black and Red to Blue

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Black and Shades of Violet

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Black and Shades of Pink

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There are also 6 new colour block yarns

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Violet to Magenta

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Turquoise to Green

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Red to Blue

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Orange to Yellow

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Shades of Violet

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Shades of Pink

These yarns will all be listed in the colour block section of the shop.

Also in the update tomorrow is the latest of the yarns from the Granny Weatherwax club to go on general release – Widdle Poons.

The pattern will be available from Rachel Coopey from 1st February – and it’s a beauty.

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Picture © Rachel Coopey

This is the yarn

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All of the yarns shown above will be available in the shop from 1900 tomorrow.

Happy shopping

Joy

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2 Responses to Self Striping Sock Yarns – With A Difference

  1. what fantastic colours. I love the purple ones.

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