What is a sock blank? A sock blank is a machine-knit tube hand-dyed to knit from, instead of knitting from a hank. To knit, you have to pull on the undone string on the ribbed end of the blank, and unravel. The yarn will be curly as you unravel it, but they will lay flat once blocked out. You can either knit right from the sock blank, which makes it a perfect on-the-go project, or wind it up and knit from the cake!
Sock Blank ($40): 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon - approximately 420 yards/ 484 meters, 115 grams (Fingering Weight) | Durable, great for all garments, socks and accessories.
*Please note: Due to the nature of the dyeing process, hand-dyed yarn tends to vary slightly both between and within dye lots. When using more than one skein of a colourway in a project, I recommend alternating skeins every few rows.
All yarn has been thoroughly washed after going through the dye process. That being said, some excess pigment may remain, and may transfer onto other colourways in the garment when being washed. Please keep that in mind when washing your projects.