This yarn is composed of 85% superwash merino wool and 15% nylon and offers a beautiful color gradient.
With an unparalleled softness, you will want to do more than just knit socks: but also shawls, mittens, baby clothes!
The method that was used to dye this yarn is called "Knit Deknit", meaning that it's a yarn that has been dyed while already mechanically knitted - and when out of the dye room, it has been "deknitted" and wound in a cake. The color of the yarn is more "airy" and it's softer to the touch.
I plan to do some mosaic shawls this fall and one of my favorite combinations for that is a dark blue with a lighter color. Navy blue can be tricky - too black or too teal, you never know. But this is a perfect dark blue for what I want. It's a rich deep blue like in a flag. I love Bis-sock to work with - soft and such great stitch definition! And now I'm ready to go with a perfectly patriotic blue!
This is the most amazing color! Such a deep rich purple! I've got it lined up for a color work shawl before the summer is out. Bis-sock is so wonderful to knit with - soft, gorgeous colors always, and such great stitch definition!
I love working with Bis-sock! It's so nice and soft but still has really great stitch definition! The colors are really wonderful - the range of greens especially is so appealing! I just finished a pair of twisted stitch socks in Limette and they are just a breath of spring!
I love making socks (and shawls) with Bis-sock. It has great stitch definition, is wonderful soft in the hands to work with, and has the best colors. I recently used Farfadet to make a pair of colorwork socks and it looked fantastic!
I thought it was navy and yellow, turned out to be purple and yellow. It will still make fun socks, just not the right colors for the sports team. Oh, well.