With an unparalleled softness, you will want to knit it in pair.
Socks, shawls, mittens to baby knitwear, this nice yarn, as pleasant to touch as for the eyes, will make you want to share your knitting projects with your loved one 👨👩👦👦.
The method "Knit Deknit":
Technique used to dye our mini-metamorph. That means that the yarn 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.