You guessed it, this 2 ply yarn makes a practically perfect pair of socks! Made with 80% Superwash Merino Wool and 20% Nylon, this yarn is machine washable and has the perfect amount of stretch for a crazy comfortable pair of socks. Each 100g skein has 400 yards of gorgeous color, so you’ll just need one for a pair of socks, but this yarn is also great in other garments, shawls and wraps. Each skein is hand dyed with love and care by Emma and Aspen.

 

I specifically picked out  variegated colorways and  solid/tonal colorways to pair up.  Here's what I put together, but you are welcome to make up your own combination.

  • Hot Tamale & Foxy Lady
  • 10 Questions & Floridian Zest
  • Main Squeeze & Don't Call Me Peaches
  • It's Sherberthday & Briar Rose
  • Wing It & Denim
  • Lake Days & Heliotrope
  • Nailed It & Wish You Were Beer
  • Ghost Stories & Barking Up the Wrong Tree
  • Orbit & Twilight
  • Bare Necessities & Set Sail
  • Calypso & Tealicious
  • Turtle Haven & Pure
  • Juneau & Zuni
  • Iguana & Ice Ice Baby
  • Happily Ever After & Just Add Salt
  • Farmers Market & Kale
  • Yarn Husband & Take a Hike

 

Be sure to also look at pages 1 and 2 of Emma's Yarn Practically Perfect Sock!!

 

Featured Patterns:  The Local Yarn Shawl (knit) by Casapinka is a boomerang shaped shawl, consisting of a simple lace, textured, eyelet and mesh stitches.  The pattern is written for 2 sizes:  small and large.  The small shawl only consists of one color (560 yards), while the large shawl uses two contrasting or "blendy" colors (350 yards each.)  Finished sizes are: Small 58” along neck edge by 13” tall and Large 78” along neck edge by 18” tall.  You will need either 1 skein of Emma's Yarn to make the small or 2 coordinating colors to make the large shawl.  You will also need either size 4-32" or size 6-32" circular knitting needle (depending on which one gives you a gauge of 5.5 stitches per inch.  Check out masaag's photo from Ravelry using the "Zuni" and "Happily Ever After" colorways.

 

The Bobble Gum shawl (crochet) by Lisa Cook is a boomerang shaped shawl with crocheted bobble stitches.  Love the tassels tied to the ends.  Unblocked it is approximately 59" x 32".  You will need 3 coordinating skeins of Emma's Yarn and a size G crochet hook.  Lisa's photo shows the "Briar Rose", "Buttonwood", and "Glamping" colorways.

 

We will send one of these patterns free with purchase of a skein or more of Emma's Yarn Practically Perfect Sock.  Please let me know in the notes section of your cart which pattern you would like to receive.

 

 

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