MidKnit Light Sock
- 85% superwash merino, 15% nylon
- hand dyed in Saskatchewan, Canada
- fingering weight
- 400m/437yds = 4 inches on a 3.25mm
- needle: 2.25-3.25mm
- gauge: 28sts and 36 rows = 4"
- hand wash, lay flat to dry
Sock Pattern: Blueberry Waffle socks by Sandy Turner
Shawl Pattern is: The Frank Shawl by Jojo Locatelli ($7.25CAD on Ravelry)
The Frank Shawl is a hot pattern right now. Created with 4 skeins of fingering weight yarn. It's unique construction lets it drape to the front. More like a cardigan, without you having to position it all the time. You can also wear it like a traditional scarf or shawl as well. We suggest Herriot Fine, Light Sock (shown here) or Merino Slim . Or a combination of 2 or more. Please remember that Herriot fine has alpaca in it. While soft it does have a slight halo.
If you are at all a loose knitter Joji suggests you purchase an additional skein of Colour #1 (where the rust colour is in her sample)
Cowl pattern is: Cozy Days Cowl
2nd Shawl Pattern is: Bronte Sister Shawl