Friday, August 17, 2007

Fiber Friday - Fat Sock









Yarn Details

Brand: Hello Yarn
Name: Fat Sock
Color: Hidden
Fiber Content: 100% superwash merino wool
Skein Weight: 70 grams
Yardage: 170 yards
Online: Website / Blog / Shop




Notes: I have two skeins of this yarn and am looking foward to using it. It is so soft and squishy. The little sheep came in the box with the yarn.

20 comments:

Meghann said...

Yum! I love the colors!

Jessie said...

That is so lovely! It makes me think of candy, which makes me want to tell you I want to eat the yarn, which just sounds weird.

Dave said...

What a great colourway -- yum!!

Bobbi said...

I'll be interested to see how it knits up. cute sheep!

Sue J. said...

I truly enjoy your Friday posts. Your blog is just an explosion of color that is joyous to see. Fat Sock is a lovely yarn, especially that color. Hope you have a lovely weekend.

gilraen said...

It looks divine!! Does it feel like Little Lola? :)

Deb said...

The little sheep just seals the deal!! Lovely yarn...

Telmah said...

Wow, great colors,and awesome photos! The little sheep is such a cute touch.

mel said...

Can always count on you for some gorgeous friday yarn pics! Love, love the little sheep too!

Julie said...

I love the color combination in that yarn! I especially love the little sheepy :)

The_Add_Knitter said...

Ok, WOW!! So gorgeous...

Lauren said...

The color combo is wonderful and I love the little sheep figurine sitting on the yarn. It makes my little kid heart happy. :D

Mom said...

Certainly looks squishy!!! Very aptly names.

.: tani :. said...

beautiful pictures!

Zonda said...

Love that color combo!! So was the sheep hidden in the yarn? hehe!

Esoteric Knitter said...

Great colorway, and what a cute lil' sheep. :) Can't wait to see the socks.

Batty said...

Oooh, pretty! That cute little sheep is adorable too, and it must feel right at home on the yarn.

Emilee said...

That's so pretty!

Stacie said...

as always, your yarn pron gets me off!

angelarae said...

Lovely yarn:) They have some nice patterns on their website, too.

Ang