Drabble Batch – Sock Yarn


Born of happy accidents, flukes of fancy, and/or leftover dye stock from my repeatable colors, my “drabble batches” are limited, non-repeatable skeins of yarn. A drabble is a really short, 100-word work of fiction meant as an exercise to test the author’s ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas within a confined space. I think that’s a pretty appropriate name for these colorways.

Weight: Fingering/Sock
Fiber Content: 75% superwash Bluefaced Leicester, 25% Nylon
460 yards (420.6m)
approx. 28 – 32 sts = 4 in (10cm)
Wand Size:
0 – 3 US Needle or B/C/D Hook (2 – 3.25mm)
Care: Hand-wash in cool water for best results, or machine wash on the delicate cycle with like delicates. Dry flat or tumble dry low.

This hand-dipped variegated yarn knits up in painterly stripes of varying subtlety, just like the fur of my favorite familiar beasts. Although I’ve dyed this yarn in small matching batches, no two skeins will be exactly the same …that’s also true for every animal I’ve known and loved. When working with my yarn, look forward to ribbons of alternating hues, beautiful color pooling, and whimsical resist marks.

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