Jingle Bells Panoramic Gradient Matching Socks Set (medium), Opulence, ready to ship
This yarn is ready to ship from our studio to your favorite knitting chair.
About Gradient Matching Socks Sets
Dyed-to-match gradient socks sets make perfect slow-striping socks. You choose to start from the center of the cake or the outside! If you start with the same color for each sock, you'll have maternal twins - every stitch of one sock matches the other exactly.
About this Size
Medium socks - A medium socks set has 2 identical cakes that total 75g of fingering weight yarn. This makes a crew sock for women's size 6-9. If you want larger socks or just longer cuffs, look for a "large socks set". We recommend working toe-up socks whenever possible so you never stop knitting before your gradient finishes with a flourish.
About this Color
This is one of our Panoramic Gradients. These colorways are carefully designed to evoke memories of landscapes or films or poems. There are usually two or three colors in a Panoramic Gradient, as opposed to a Chromatic Gradient, which has many shades of one color.
*Jingle Bells Panoramic Gradient* Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh...with your knitting! This vintage Christmas color makes for a Bing-Crosby-tastic Christmas! If you want a different base or a size of socks, click here to custom order this colorway
About this Yarn Base
Opulence - fingering (80% superwash Merino/10% Cashmere/10% nylon), 2 cakes of 158 yards each, totaling 75g. This yarn base is the best of all worlds: soft, strong, and a pleasure to knit with. Click here for more information about our different yarn bases.
- This listing is for sock yarn only. You will not receive a completed pair of socks.
- Because of our unique dyeing process, many of our darker colors appear heathered, with small light spots sprinkled throughout. This heathering is normal.
- Care for this yarn is to hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
- We’ve made every effort to photograph the color accurately, but appearance may vary depending on your monitor settings.