Friday, May 02, 2008

Merino/Tencel Sock Yarn is Here, along with other knitterly goodness!

I am pleased to introduce the newest yarn in the Fearless Fibers line: Merino/Tencel Sock Yarn! Additionally, the latest set of Virtue and Sin sock yarns are now available, along with a new pattern.

Merino/Tencel Sock Yarn: The first seven colorways on my new Merino/Tencel Sock Yarn are now available in my Etsy shop:
http://fearlessfibers.etsy.com. Initial quantities are limited, so stop by at your earliest convenience to see them while they last. If you miss out, never fear! There will be more available in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, the yarn doesn't photograph very well (or perhaps I should say that I'm not a very good photographer, to say the least!). After spending hours yesterday trying to get photos that do the yarn justice, I finally had to make do with what I had. I did my best to at least capture the colors accurately but you'll just have to trust me that the yarn has a lovely sheen and rich variety of shades.

New Virtue/Sin colorways
: I am also pleased to introduce the next set of the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Holy Virtues sock yarn colors. “Pride” and “Humility” are now available in my shop.

New Sock Pattern: A new sock pattern designed specifically for the “Humility” Superwash Merino Wool Sock Yarn is also now available. The pattern is by Tess Mattos and is called “Kenkyo Socks.” Kenkyo is Japanese for humble or modest. The sock features a lovely twisted cable and rib pattern and includes instructions for both the commonly used method for cable construction, as well as a unique and challenging Japanese technique for twisted cables.



I hope you enjoy these latest additions to the Fearless Fibers line!

3 comments:

sprite said...

Somehow I suspect my knitting those socks would be a humbling experience!

baby face said...

I love your new sock yarn;
however, I cannot purchase
at the present time because I am
not well. Trying to knit the stash
that I have. I love the earthenware color and I really
appreciate the fact that you describe the colors on your website. There are not that many
who do that and you wind up with
yarn that is not the color that you
thought it was. Thank You!!!!

Lynne E. said...

Ditto about liking the way you describe your colorways. Can't wait to see the "Humility, Too" and "Serenity" colorways. The sock pattern looks like it would be fun to knit, and I love challenging knitting techniques!