During my early years as a knitter I both began knitting socks and attended the Taos Wool Festival. Driving home from New Mexico I decided I wanted to begin dyeing yarn. Now I’m combining the two loves of sock knitting and yarn dyeing into one great sock yarn, the new PathWays Sock Yarn.
This 100% merino superwash fingering weight is exactly what I want from a sock yarn. It’s squishy soft, has bounce and twist, and comes in a good size skein of 385 yards and over 100grams. The colors are rich and vibrant, as the yarn takes dyes very well. The colorway pictured below is Cerrillos, named for the New Mexico town where the sacred gem turquoise is still mined.
I think you’re going to love PathWays as much as I do. In fact, I invite you to send a photo of the socks (or shawls, scarves, or sweaters) you knit in PathWays yarn and we’ll share them on the website for everyone to envy.