CashSilk Sock Yarn

CashSilk Sock Yarn

CashSilk Sock Yarn

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www.expressionfiberarts.com

Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com


The yarns from Expression Fiber Arts are unlike all the other yarns out there. The colors are beautiful, the fibers are outrageous and there's not a single type of yarn that I don't like. CashSilk Sock is a fine example of pure fiber perfection.
 
 
CashSilk Sock yarn is the perfect combination of 75% superwash wool, 15% cashmere, and 10% silk resulting in a soft, warm and cuddly yarn. A lot of yarns I've seen are flat in color, but CashSilk has the tiniest hint of a glow, which makes it magical. Each skein is 410 yards and weighs approximately 3.5 ounces. Each skein is hand-created and even though the colors can be produced from the same dye lot, there are no identical colors, which create unique colorways.
 
 
A 4-ply silk yarn like this can create beautiful, defined stitches, and even though this is considered a sock yarn you can make a variety of items ranging from hats and scarves, to winter mittens and even sweaters and shawls. You'll love how durable this yarn is as it can maintain its shape and texture for many years, with little pilling, wearing thin, or strand breaking.
 
 
This squishy yarn comes in beautiful colors like Spruce, Rose, Barn Blue, Agave and Unconditional Love. There are also some specialty colors like Wintry Workshop, which is a limited edition holiday color, but regardless of what color you choose you will absolutely be amazed. Hand-wash all your items so you can enjoy them for many years to come.
 

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