Wisteria New Growth - Hand dyed Sock/ 4ply Yarn
Wait, why is this one Wisteria New Growth? What's the difference between this one and Wisteria?
The OG Wisteria on Double knit yarn was actually dyed as a complete accident. My initial dye went wrong then I over-dyed it twice trying to make it nicer. It's suffice to say in my stress to fix it, I didn't write any of the process down. Meaning as amazing as the colour turned out, it's completely unique and a one-off colour. I have however, worked out how to almost recreate it- enter New Growth Wisteria, a newer, better and more importantly repeatable version of Wisteria. It's also now in Superwash.
Dyed on deliciously soft 4ply Sock yarn, hand dyed for a unique edge, perfect for punchy socks and head-turning shawls.
Like the rest of my yarn it’s a Merino wool base which means it’s perfect for knitters with sensitive skin. Blended with Nylon to give it some added strength- making it the perfect Yarn to knit or crochet socks with. But don't get stuck on socks, this Yarn is great for most projects including shawls and hats.
You can now choose to have your yarn in a skein or a ball!
Hand dyed using professional acid dyes, each skein of yarn produced by Woollen Wytch is unique.
To Cake or Not to Cake?
No idea what to do with a Skein? Can't be bothered to sit and hand-wind all that lovely yarn into a ball?
Don't worry, I've got you covered. Just change the selection above from Skein to Cake.
Wait, I'm new to knitting, what's a Yarn cake? A cake is essentially a centre-pull ball, wound into a flat 'cake' shape. They are perfect for knitting from directly without the tangle or mess.
Caring for your Hand dyed Yarn
Gentle hand wash, air dry flat.
Some bleeding may occur with saturated colours. Although every effort has been taken to ensure colourfast yarn, you may experience a small amount of colour bleeding on the first couple of washes. This is normal for hand dyed yarn.
△ Product Details △
4 Ply Weight
400m per 100g approx.
Needle Size: 3.00 - 3.75mm
Tension/Gauge Stitches per inch: 7
Tension/Gauge Rows per inch: 9