Knitting Gauge: 7 - 8 sts = 1" on #1 - 3 needles (2.25mm-3.25mm)
Crochet Gauge: 21 - 23 sc = 4'' on B - E hooks (2.25mm-3.5mm)
Put Up: Skein
Care: Machine Wash Cold / Tumble Dry Low
A new take on everyone's favorite self-striping sock yarn, Felicini reimagines the playful colors of Felici by scaling them down into happy, little stripe sets on the beloved fiber blend for socks. The superwash merino is incredibly soft, and it’s blended with nylon to add strength and durability. The end result is perfect for the rigorous wear of socks, and being able to machine wash them means they’ll get worn constantly! Plus, Felicini comes with enough yardage to create a matching pair of socks from just one ball.
On a typical pair of plain vanilla socks, Felicini’s stripes work up about 1-3 rounds high, depending on the sock size and gauge. Socks aren’t all this cheerful yarn is good for, though! Have fun playing with the stripes in small-circumference projects, like mittens or gloves, or use Felicini for narrow knits that will allow the stripes to form, like scarves, modular knits, or other panel-based projects.
Felicini colorways are also limited-time offerings; when they're gone, they're gone!
As bright as neon-colored canned fruit in a retro dessert salad, Ambrosia Salad features a series of lemon yellow, medium pink, and white stripes alternating with a bright, citrus orange.
Neon lights, greasy food, and funky vibes—we are taking it back to the ‘80s with Bowling Alley! You may recognize these colors from a flashy mural above the pins or an inexplicably complex carpet. Dark purple starts the stripe sequence, and is followed by light yellow, bright pink, dark purple again, steel blue, and medium blue.
You don't have to worry about counting quarters to get your treat from the concession stand with this yarn—it has it all! Concession Stand’s stripes begin with a bold, grape purple, and it’s followed by a pale pink, smoky blue, coral pink, pale pink again, and a vivid sky blue.
Whip up a deliciously fresh knit with Lemon Bar! Light lemon yellow stripes sandwich a shortbread-colored tan stripe, and that set of three stripes is followed by another set of three—a stripe of pale blue that’s almost white, a soft light blue, and another pale blue stripe.
If you like to talk to tomatoes, then you'll love Produce Aisle! A bright, tomato red-orange steals the show within this series of stripes. It’s followed by light blue, teal, pale yellow, sage green, and celery green
If you’ve ever gone into a basement and encountered a plastic-covered sofa with decorative wagon wheels at the armrests, you’ll know the inspiration for this series of stripes! Wagon Sofa’s stripes transition according to brightness, starting with cream, followed by pale orange, terra cotta, and the darkest shade: a gray-toned dark medium purple. The remaining colors lighten back up, finishing the sequence with a medium brown and a light, dusty-rose pink.
It’s no secret that there are fans of a particular baseball team in the Knit Picks office, and Sunday Day Game pays tribute to their home game uniforms! This series of stripes begins with navy blue, followed by dark turquoise, cornflower blue, light blue, yellow, and light blue again.
"You nicknamed our yarn after the Loch Ness Monster?!" Nessie’s cool tones bring to mind damp forests and large bodies of water with monsters hiding nearby. A mossy green stripe stands out in this sequence, and it’s followed by stripes of light jade green, aqua, periwinkle blue, pale purple, and smoky blue that’s very close in shade to the periwinkle.
Shrooms is a real fun-gi to knit with! Inspired by the muted shades of our little forest friends, Shrooms has a series of stripes that begins with a pale tan, followed by a dark blue-gray, army green, pale tan again, medium blue-gray, and a warm, light brown.