Hue Loco Phyllis Sock Yarn

Hue Loco Phyllis Sock Yarn

Hue Loco Phyllis Sock Yarn

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https://hueloco.com/

Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com


Hue Loco is an independent hand-dyed yarn company using a variety of dye techniques and professional artistic training. They provide speckled, tonal, semi-solid, and variegated yarns that you will fall in love with the second you lay eyes on them. Phyllis Sock Yarn is my latest obsession that I hope you'll get your hands on.


Phyllis Sock Yarn is a soft and squishy yarn made of 75% superwash merino and 25% nylon. Because it's a 4-ply fingering weight yarn it is great for making socks and other smaller garments and accessories like hats and mittens. You will absolutely love watching your project work up into something amazing.


Phyllis comes in speckled, semi-solid and mohair yarns and each is just as beautiful as the next. The speckled yarn is playful and adds the perfect amount of texture and design to any pattern. This yarn comes in almost 100 different colors in all shades of the rainbow in anything you can imagine. From pinks and purples to yellows and greens, every shade is jaw-dropping. Each color has a base with subtle tones or speckles to add an extra pop of color. 


Because this yarn is hand-dyed, no two skeins will be identical which is what makes this yarn so unique. It is recommended to hand-wash your projects to keep their shape and texture, but please note, there may be a bit of bleeding from the dye within that first wash. After you lay your projects flat to dry they'll be ready to be worn over and over again.
 

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