Fingering, Sock 37% Viscose, 34% Linen, 29% Cotton
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- Black Friday 2023
- 37% Viscose, 34% Linen, 29% Cotton
- 50 g (1.75 oz)
- Yarn Length:
- 215 m (235 yds)
- Yarn Weight:
- Fingering, Sock
- Recommended needles:
- 2.5 mm (US 2) - 3 mm (US 3)
- Knitting gauge:
- 28 stitches to 10 cm/4"
- Care instructions:
- Machine wash 30°C (86°F)
Linea is a made-in-Italy yarn crafted thanks to the blend of 37% viscose, 34% linen, and 29% cotton.
The viscose in Linea has a silky feel that is perfect for making garments with a nice drape. The linen content gives softness, while the cotton adds breathability.
The colors have all the essentials and some of the shades have a contrasting thread for a multi-dimensional look.
Linea is suitable for a variety of projects: lightweight tops and shawls, sweaters, cardigans as well as colorful accessories, and can be machine washable.
With Linea you can create something that is both chic and comfortable.
The quality of the yarn itself is lovely! I've been wanting to try a linen yarn for a while, and I'm excited to work this up into a summery sundress. However, the colors in the product photos (at least for the color I bought) are pretty inaccurate. I got color 38, which appears to be a deep, almost rusty orange/red. However the yarn is actually a bright, desaturated pumpkin orange. It's fine and I'll still happily use it, but I would have picked a different color had I known!
Also this isn't a negative but just a note: the yarn is very thin, even compared to other sock weight yarns I've used in the past, so I'll probably end up holding two strands together. Just something to keep in mind!
beautiful lovely yarn with a great drape! Less stars because of two things: one, the colors are pretty inaccurate, as the other reviewer said. i bought color 35 which looks like a greyish blue, but it came as a bright (beautiful) blue, still lovely but not what i needed for my project. also, very very thin. when i went to buy something different at joann's, even the thinnest fingering yarn ended up being too thick and heavy to match with this yarn