The above photo shows a machine-knit “sock blank” of 100 grams (463 yards) of 75% superwash merino, 25% nylon fingering-weight yarn, dyed in my Russian Rainbow colorway. Knit as a scarf, cowl or small shawl, you are going to have much wider stripes than you would with my regular Russian Rainbow yarn, in which color segments are only 4 or 5 feet long! I’m excited to see what people will create with it, once they purchase it from my shop
In this second photo, a skein of the shawl-length Russian Rainbow has been wound into a ball and is sitting on top of the stack. Next to it is a sprinkled skein of my normal sock yarn, “Rainbow Sprinkles Birthday Cake.” Beneath that are two self-striping skeins I haven’t dyed in a while, Russian Fairy Tale and Dark Anchorage Autumn. In the lower left is a hand-painted colorway I also have not dyed in a while, Forget-me-not. See them all in my shop.