Our watermelon yarn is hand-dyed in our workshop on fingering superwash merino wool.  

Made of 95% merino and 15% nylon, this delicious BIS-SOCK yarn is the ultimate sock yarn! 

When you knit or crochet with watermelon self-striping yarn, the yarn will create a striped watermelon design on its own (seeds included !!) without you having to do any yarn color changes.

The way we dye our watermelon yarn is very unique : we make sure to create a nice gradient look between colours stripes so color changes won't fall in the middle of rows or round.

To maximize effect of watermelon self-striping yarn, you might use it for knitwear with small circumference such as socks, mittens, hats and scarves.  One skein will be enough to knit a pair of adult standard socks.

Here is one of our famous (& FREE!) pattern to enjoy your watermelon yarn: Diamonds are Girls Best Friends by Louise Robert Design:

watermelon yarn used to knit a shawl

Here is some project pictures of our watermelon yarn, most of them from Ravelry members :-)

We also have our self-striping watermelon yarn in DK WEIGHT right here!!

watermelon self-striping yarn

You will find nice patterns to use your watermelon yarn below :

By the Seine River by Dona Knits, click here to see the watermelon version knitted by aufildefee.

Old Shale, a stitch pattern from Barbara G. Walker, A Treasury of Knitting Pattern book.  Click here to see the watermelon version knitted by Ohuiginn.

Kai-Mei sock pattern by Cookie A. from her book Sock Innovation.  Click here to see the watermelon version knitted by knittinkknit.

Temple Trueblood original pattern created with our watermelon yarn, you can find it here : Wassup Rufus.

Of course, you can always use our free basic sock pattern right here !

Enjoy your watermelon knitting !!