Premier® Spun Colors
Painterly hues that range from delicate, neutral tones to strong indigos. Combine colorways in a single project to create Missoni-inspired shawls, scarves, and sweaters. A medium weight, wool/acrylic blend yarn in a 200-gram put-up means fewer interruptions in color with an appeal for knitters and crocheters alike.
- 65% Acrylic, 35% Fine Merino Superwash
- 200g/ 7 oz – 384 m / 419 yds
- #4 Medium Weight
- Single-ply, roving yarn (note that the nature of a roving yarn is to vary from thick to thin)
- Hand Wash, Dry Flat, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry, Do not iron, Dry clean any solvent except Trichloroethylene
- Crochet gauge: 14 sc X 16 rows = 4 X 4 inches / 10 X 10 cm, US Size H-8 (5mm)
- Knit gauge: 18 sts X 24 rows = 4 X 4 inces / 10 X 10 cm, US Size 8 (5mm)
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I have been knitting for decades, and it is the first time my hubby showed intrest in yarn. I purchased spun colors to try, and thought the colors Mallard, and Agate would work well together. When my husband saw them he immediately expressed interest in maybe making a sweater for him? There was a first. The yarn is so soft, and is easy to knit with. The colors are gorgeous, and unisex. As I said, husband approved.
I love the colors, magnificent. The yarn seems very slippery and somewhat uneven, some places are #4 but others are very thin, more like #3. I am making the Bias shawl in the straight version you were kind enough to send me and had to change to bamboo needles to keep it from slipping off the needles. All said I love the yarn. It is just getting used to working with it.