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Fiber Content: 100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool
Weight: Worsted
Knitting Gauge: 4.5 - 5 sts = 1" on #6 - 9 needles (4.0mm-5.5mm)
Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Yards: 220
Grams: 100
Put Up: Hank
Care: Machine Wash Gentle/Tumble Dry Low

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3.666666 out of 5 stars

Sale! Swish Worsted Speckle Special Reserve

$9.74 100g / Hank  Original Price: $12.99

The superwash of knitters’ dreams just got dreamier with hand-painted speckles! Delicate dapplings of brilliant color add style and pizzazz to your favorite super soft, machine washable, high grade Merino wool (20.5 microns!). Every skein is painted by hand with eccentric splashes of color against the softest of backgrounds. Pair with solid Swish for an eye-catching pop of color, or use it alone for unique and dazzling sweaters and accessories. And best of all, you won’t have to worry about the care your knitting will receive, so this worsted weight yarn is perfect for children’s clothes and gift knitting.

Note: For best machine wash results, turn the garment inside out and wash in cold water on a delicate cycle.

As a Special Reserve, this is a limited edition yarn and may never return.
Retail: $12.99
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5 out of 5 stars

I got Andromeda Speckle to make a cowl for my 6 year old. The colors are brilliant and the base looks like a muted purple rather than gray to me. The yarn is a superwash, so will stretch out while it's wet, but if it's still too stretched out once it dries, it should shrink up in the dryer.

5 out of 5 stars

I love this yarn! I bought it to make a winter hat, scarf, and gloves. It is easy to work with, and it is just beautiful in person. I personally bought the blueberry and the confetti.

1 out of 5 stars

I just hand washed the cc copy cat hat to block. Thinking I would just put it on my hat form, I don't always block my hats but it was suggest since it is a double brim to block it, to crisp up the fold edge. It has stretched out so badly I am afraid it is ruined. It is at least 3 times the original size. I have rolled it in a towel several times it is now air drying, I am hoping it will go back to its original size and the fibers will shrink back up. It knitted beautifully, but I could not believe how much it grew when I soaked it. I am very upset about it.