Red Heart Heart & Sole Yarn-Rustica
- A yarn that's permeated with all the wonderful properties of aloe vera, which also helps the yarn gl
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Red Heart Heart & Sole Yarn. This yarn is permeated with wonderful properties of aloe vera which also helps the yarn glide smoothly on needles and hooks. Yarn knits up in striped or Fair Isle patterns and solid colors. Ideal for unique home decor accessories, colorful kids sweaters and of course socks! Weight category: 1, 70% wool superwash/30% nylon, 1.76oz/50g, 213yd/195m. Gauge: knit: 36st x 48r = 4in/10cm on size 2/2.75mm needles, crochet: 23sc x 28r = 4in/10cm on size D3/3.25mm hook. Care: machine washable, dry flat, do not bleach, iron low, dry clean with P solvents only.
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I Just received this yarn. It is beautiful! I love knitting with this yarn because the pattern is interesting. The yarn is strong, soft and smooth throughout. I am making a pair of socks. Hopefully, the yarn will hold up well. HOWEVER, i did not know when I ordered this yarn, but their is only like 190 yards in this skein. It is not enough for a project. I hope this helped.
Quality is typical Red Heart -- very nice, indeed. Depending on how this scarf goes, I may order more and make another one or two.
Using US size 1, 2.5 mm needles, I made socks to fit a US women's shoe size 8.5 and had a good deal from each ball left over. Enough to include in a memory blanket (or two) or similar mini-skein-type project.
I love this particular brand for its machine wash and dry ability, although for the longevity of all my hand knitted items I hand wash and lay flat or hang to dry, whichever is required. In the future, I would not hesitate to purchase Red Heart Heart and Sole Yarn again should I come across a color that catches my eye. My socks were knit almost 2 year ago and with regular wear, still look today, as if they were fresh off the needles - that's pretty impressive!
For those who worry they might run out of yarn, I knitted a top down sock with a leg measuring 7,5 inch and a 9 inch foot. There was a mini skein left so I guess its safe to knit the leg even longer by at least 2 inches.
Happy knitting :)