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Sock/Fingering

Sock or Fingering yarn weigh typically has 400m per 100g.

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  • The Amelie jumper knitting pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in fingering weight yarn.  The garment is worked from the bottom up in one piece, uniting the sleeves and body at the underarm and working the yoke using a Simultaneous Set In Sleeves construction. The neckline is then finished with an I-Cord Bind off with ties.

    Sizes: 30.5 (33, 35.5, 37.25, 39.75, 42.25, 44,5, 47, 49.5, 52) inches round chest.  Recommended to be worn with 1-2 inches of negative ease.

  • This knitting pattern is for a lacy top using Town End Sock yarn.

    The pattern is by Susan Crawford Vintage and uses Fenella 2ply wool but also knits to tension with the same needles using Whitbarrow Alpaca with Merino and Silk Fingering weight yarn.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.  Midnight is a very dark blue.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.  Pink is a deep cerise.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Cumbria’ is an alpaca and wool sock yarn.  It is our own blend of 47% British alpaca, 43% Blue Faced Leicester wool and 10% nylon.

    Cumbria Alpaca Sock yarn is available in its natural oatmeal and eight over-dyed shades which give depth to the yarn.

    This yarn knits to Sock, Fingering weight or light 4 ply knitting patterns, (but always knit a tension swatch).  There are approximately 400m per 100g.  The yarn is sold in 100g hanks.  If you would like us to ball your yarn for you, please make a note on the order.

    Wash gently by hand or in the wool cycle of your machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  Do not tumble dry.  The yarn has been washed, but some surface residue dye may come out in the first wash, particularly with the deeper colours.

  • ‘Kalinka’ is a 100% linen yarn produced in Sweden by Holma Helsingland for Karin Oberg.  This yarn comes in a wide range of beatiful jewel and intense colours as well as some more natural shades.  It’s a great yarn for summer tops and I’ve knitted several jumpers in this yarn over the years.  The linen feels a bit stiff to begin with, but it softens up on washing and wearing.

    You can use patterns designed for linen with this yarn, or other fingering/4ply patterns – but do check your gauge first.  Bear in mind that you will produce a more open fabric and the drape will be different, so not all pattern designs will be suitable. I typically use a 3.25 or 3.5mm needle over Stocking Stitch with this yarn.

    We currently stock fourteen shades of Kalinda Linen.

    There are approximately 320m per 100g and the yarn is sold in 100g hanks.

    I wash this yarn in the wool cycle of my machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  I block the garment out to shape while still damp.

  • ‘Kalinka’ is a 100% linen yarn produced in Sweden by Holma Helsingland for Karin Oberg.  This yarn comes in a wide range of beatiful jewel and intense colours as well as some more natural shades.  It’s a great yarn for summer tops and I’ve knitted several jumpers in this yarn over the years.  The linen feels a bit stiff to begin with, but it softens up on washing and wearing.

    You can use patterns designed for linen with this yarn, or other fingering/4ply patterns – but do check your gauge first.  Bear in mind that you will produce a more open fabric and the drape will be different, so not all pattern designs will be suitable. I typically use a 3.25 or 3.5mm needle over Stocking Stitch with this yarn.

    We currently stock fourteen shades of Kalinda Linen.

    There are approximately 320m per 100g and the yarn is sold in 100g hanks.

    I wash this yarn in the wool cycle of my machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  I block the garment out to shape while still damp.

  • ‘Kalinka’ is a 100% linen yarn produced in Sweden by Holma Helsingland for Karin Oberg.  This yarn comes in a wide range of beatiful jewel and intense colours as well as some more natural shades.  It’s a great yarn for summer tops and I’ve knitted several jumpers in this yarn over the years.  The linen feels a bit stiff to begin with, but it softens up on washing and wearing.

    You can use patterns designed for linen with this yarn, or other fingering/4ply patterns – but do check your gauge first.  Bear in mind that you will produce a more open fabric and the drape will be different, so not all pattern designs will be suitable. I typically use a 3.25 or 3.5mm needle over Stocking Stitch with this yarn.

    We currently stock fourteen shades of Kalinda Linen.

    There are approximately 320m per 100g and the yarn is sold in 100g hanks.

    I wash this yarn in the wool cycle of my machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  I block the garment out to shape while still damp.

  • ‘Kalinka’ is a 100% linen yarn produced in Sweden by Holma Helsingland for Karin Oberg.  This yarn comes in a wide range of beatiful jewel and intense colours as well as some more natural shades.  It’s a great yarn for summer tops and I’ve knitted several jumpers in this yarn over the years.  The linen feels a bit stiff to begin with, but it softens up on washing and wearing.

    You can use patterns designed for linen with this yarn, or other fingering/4ply patterns – but do check your gauge first.  Bear in mind that you will produce a more open fabric and the drape will be different, so not all pattern designs will be suitable. I typically use a 3.25 or 3.5mm needle over Stocking Stitch with this yarn.

    We currently stock fourteen shades of Kalinda Linen.

    There are approximately 320m per 100g and the yarn is sold in 100g hanks.

    I wash this yarn in the wool cycle of my machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  I block the garment out to shape while still damp.

  • ‘Kalinka’ is a 100% linen yarn produced in Sweden by Holma Helsingland for Karin Oberg.  This yarn comes in a wide range of beatiful jewel and intense colours as well as some more natural shades.  It’s a great yarn for summer tops and I’ve knitted several jumpers in this yarn over the years.  The linen feels a bit stiff to begin with, but it softens up on washing and wearing.

    You can use patterns designed for linen with this yarn, or other fingering/4ply patterns – but do check your gauge first.  Bear in mind that you will produce a more open fabric and the drape will be different, so not all pattern designs will be suitable. I typically use a 3.25 or 3.5mm needle over Stocking Stitch with this yarn.

    We currently stock fourteen shades of Kalinda Linen.

    There are approximately 320m per 100g and the yarn is sold in 100g hanks.

    I wash this yarn in the wool cycle of my machine with a small amount of non-bio detergent.  I block the garment out to shape while still damp.

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