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220 Superwash - Alaska Sky 1914

$11.50
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Weight:
DK - 3
Weight:
Worsted - 4
Fiber:
Wool
Color:
Blue

Cascade Yarns - 220 Superwash - Alaska Sky 1914

Alaska Sky - super pale, palid shade of muted blue.  Faint color, very light.  A light worsted or DK weight Yarn, 100% wool

220 Superwash® is one of our most popular yarns. We are sure you will love this DK/light worsted, 100% Superwash Wool yarn. It is a natural fiber that is easy-care, which means you can machine wash and dry it! It’s great for all ages, and comes in a wide array of colors and shades.  From accessories and kids items to blankets and quick knits, this is the perfect yarn! Combine one of these solids with a multi and you'll really have created something eye-catching!

YARN DETAILS

  • Composition: 100% Superwash Wool
  • Weight: 100 g / 3.5 oz
  • Approx: 220 yds / 200 m
  • Size: 
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  • Best suited for the Silver Reed LK150 or SK155 
  • Knitting Needle Size: US 6 - 7 / 4.0 - 4.5 mm
  • Knitting Gauge: 5 – 5.5  sts = 1"
  • Crochet Hook Size: G / 4.25 mm (7 / 4.50 mm, H / 5.00 mm)
  • Crochet Gauge: 16 sc = 4"
  • Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry cool.
  • Put-Up: pull donut

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  • 5
    Great Yarn and Great Seller

    Posted by Joyce H on Jan 02, 2021

    Angelika's Yarn Store is so wonderful for helping me with my project. They helped me pick this yarn color to finish a 4 color baby blanket. It's a great yarn to work with because it doesn't shrink in the wash and is very warm. It's also wool for people who care about sustainable yarns.

  • 5
    Lovely light worsted yarn

    Posted by Nancy Taylor on Jul 05, 2017

    I love Cascade 220. The superwash version comes in nice balls that you don't have to wind. The weight is a light worsted or could be considered a heavy DK. Wonderful to work with. My only caveat is to make sure to do a test swatch that you wet block first. This yarn tends to "grow" on you after blocking, so that may influence the size of the garment you wish to make. Happy knitting (or crocheting)!