'100 Acre Wood' sock yarn

$28.00


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Hand dyed SW merino/nylon sock yarn. These gorgeous shades of brown with rust speckles and green background make a beautiful, striking variegated sock yarn. It is soft and luxurious but has the nylon for strength making it great for any scarf or shawl, socks, or other project. Coordinates with 'Cocoa'.

'100 Acre Wood' sock yarn
75% superwash merino
25% nylon
463 yards


Every effort was made to photograph the colors accurately, however since monitors vary the colors could vary also. Message me with any questions.

Dyed with professional strength acid dyes.
All hand dyed yarn can vary from skein to skein since each are dyed individually.
If you are using more than one skein for your project it is advisable to alternate skeins every row or 2 rows.

It is recommended that you hand wash, machine wash gentle, or machine wash in a mesh bag and hang or lay flat to dry.

Some slight bleeding can occur in any hand dyed product the first few washes, so you may want to wash separately. I carefully rinsed this yarn until no more dye came from it.

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1-3 business days

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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

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