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Painted Sky Wool by Knitting Fever Medium Yarn

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Color: 0227
vendor color: K PS 227 MulberrySplash
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Painted Sky Wool by Knitting Fever Medium Yarn details:
• Fiber content: 100% Superwash Australian Wool
• Gauge is 4.5-5 sts/in on US sz 7-8
• Medium
• Wraps/inch (wpi) 12
• Weaving tabby sett 6
• Weaving twill sett 8
• Yardage: 995 yards/lb

  •    • 218 yards/100 g

Painted Sky Wool by Knitting Fever Medium Yarn description:

A soft superwash 100% Australian wool with long gradient color changes. The 4-ply construction makes for a very even and smooth twist and each ply has a long color change which, when plied together creates a beautiful marled color shift without pooling. The versatile heavy DK to light worsted gauge and easy-care washability make this yarn an excellent choice for small knit or crochet accessories like cowls or gloves, as well as baby sweaters, or larger shawls and sweaters.

Ample yardage, long color changes, and the smooth plied construction also make this a good weaving yarn. Suitable for both warp and weft in blankets and scarves. Use it on it's own or mix with a solid color for even more color effects!


Color: 0226
vendor color: K PS 226 LimeTwist
Yarn 24802260  color 0226
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Color: 0229
vendor color: K PS 229 JungleJuice
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Color: 0218
vendor color: K PS 218 TropicalFlame
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Color: 0227
vendor color: K PS 227 MulberrySplash
Yarn 24802270  color 0227
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Color: 0208
vendor color: K PS 208 VermillionFernGreen
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Color: 0223
vendor color: K PS 223 PinotNoir
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Stock: 7
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