Signature Skeins™ from Knittique are a new type of specialty skein: each Signature Skein has 1 or 2 strands that change textures every so often (hand-tied together), and the other strands are continuous throughout the skein. The 2 differences are that the hand-tied pieces are random lengths instead of equal lengths, and the colors in each skein stay in one color family— Lindy's signature.
Bonus: Signature Skeins can also be used in combination with Knittique's Scraplet Skeins, Stranded Skeins, and Best of Both Skeins to make any Scraplet Skeins pattern!
Colors: This skein is a combination of cream, beige, brown, taupe, gold metallic, and dark brown yarns. (Please note that this skein is a different colorway than the one used in the capelet shown; see Project Suggestion for more information.)
Because each skein is one-of-a-kind, the fiber content varies with each skein; please read the Materials list carefully.
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Materials: Signature Skeins™ typically incorporate a minimum of 10 different yarns, so each skein may contain any (or all) of the following fibers: wool, angora, cashmere, mohair, alpaca, viscose, cotton, silk, soysilk, bamboo, acrylic, polyester, nylon, metallic.
Weight: Approx. 14 oz.
Yards: Approx. 120
Suggested needle size: U.S. 15-17
Gauge: Since each of Knittique's specialty yarns are unique mixtures of strands, we hesitate to give an exact gauge, but for a ballpark idea, on a U.S. 15 needle, the gauge tends to be in the range of 8-9 stitches/11-13 rows per 4"/10cm.
PLEASE NOTE: All yarns will be wound into center-pull balls before shipping, so they'll arrive ready-to-use! If you'd rather your yarn was left in skein form (as shown here), you must let us know when you place your order. Thank you!
Project suggestion: The reversible Loop Scarf/Capelet pattern, shown here in the Neutral Territory colorway, can be made with this skein, plus 1 more similar skein (or another bulky-weight yarn that can be knitted to an equivalent gauge). (See listing for this pattern for more information about materials needed for this project.)
Please note that this pattern is not included in this listing.