Mystery Fade Club
Do you love fades, but hate having to figure it all out yourself? Or maybe you LOVE mystery yarn clubs, but you end up with lots of single skeins that you can’t ever quite work into a project? Maybe you like the idea of a mystery, but you’re terrified of not liking the skein that comes in. That’s where the mystery fade club comes in! This is a monthly subscription club for a potentially never ending fade. Each month will fade into the next month, and the next, and the next. Every quarter I will release/update the mood board for the club. It will give you an idea of the general mood and palette, but of course never the actual colors.
You will be able to sign up for a monthly subscription, and you can cancel at any time. You pay for each month as you go, so no big one time output of $$. You can also choose a one time/one month purchase, without having to sign up for a subscription. The yarn will be shipped the month after you purchase the subscription/make your purchase. For example, if you purchase in April, the yarn ships in May.
Example SHIPPING SCHEDULE:
- purchase subscription on April 30, yarn ships in May, billing reoccurs on the 30th of every month
- purchase subscription on May 1, yarn ships in June, billing reoccurs on the 1st of every month
Choose from my sock base, single sock base, or sport base.
Suburban Stitcher sock yarn is made up of:
75% superwash merino
460 yds/100 grams per skein (4 ply)
Suburban Stitcher Single Sock is made up of:
100% superwash merino
400 yds/100 grams per skein (single ply)
Suburban Stitcher Sport is made up of:
100% superwash merino
328 yds/100 grams per skein (3 ply)
This yarn is super soft and yet very strong. It is sturdy enough for your next pair of socks, and also soft enough to wear next to your skin in a hat, shawl or even a sweater. One skein should be more than enough for an adult pair of socks.
Hand dyed yarn can very from skein to skein, even within the same dyelot. Please take care to purchase enough yarn to complete your project.
This yarn does contain superwash merino, however, I do always recommend that you hand wash your knitwear. Please use cold or lukewarm water and lay flat to dry. I use colorfast acid dyes for dying my yarn, and rinse until water runs clear. However even with all of this, there is a chance that some dye may bleed slightly in the first wash of your finished item. This is particularly true for highly saturated colors and speckled skeins. Because of this, I do recommend that you wash your items separately, especially for the first couple of washes.
The pictures in this listing are true to color for my eyes on my computer. Please know that there might be slight variations in color from screen to screen. I do not use stock photos, as each dye lot might vary widely.