Noro Silk Garden Sock - 203 Dait

This is a fantastic yarn and easy to knit. The socks made with this yarn look great and are warm and cosy.

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Noro Silk Garden Sock - 203 Dait

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This is a fantastic yarn and easy to knit. The socks made with this yarn look great and are warm and cosy.
The ever popular Silk Garden blend in a sock weight! A luscious blend of silk, mohair, wool and nylon, featuring the gorgeous variegated self-striping colorways that Noro are known for, make a truly supreme sock knitting experience.
  • Weight: Sport
  • Needle size: US 4 (3.50mm)
  • Popular: Luxury Sock
  • Care instructions: Hand wash
  • Blend: 40% Lambswool , 25% Silk, 25% Nylon, 10% Kid Mohair
  • Length: 328yds (300m) per 3.5oz (100g) ball
  • Yarn tension: 26 sts x 26 rows to 4in (10cm)

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4.8 Average   10 Reviews
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This is a fantastic yarn and easy to knit. The socks made with this yarn look great and are warm and cosy.
Posted 6 months ago
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Love Noro - the changing colours keep you really engaged in the project.
Posted 7 months ago
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I love the blend of colours in the Noro wool and how they work themselves into the fabric. I did find that the thickness of the yarn is variable - from quite thick almost unspun to very thin - which is ok in the fabric but made for problems when sewing up because the 'unspun' sections were liable to snap. I knitted a jumper based on the Tumnus design from 'yarn stories' but with my choice of two Noro wools and a variation to the slip-stitch design.
Posted 7 months ago
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I love this yarn but only gave it 4 stars because there were 3 knots in the 5 balls I purchased. Great results but the need for hand washing and the slightly scratchy feel are a disadvantage.
Posted 8 months ago
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I loved how the colour-change happens. I took the advice on the pattern though, swapping the ball of yarn, every two rows. This definitely helped the colour-change effect. There was no need to cut the yarn each time, I just dropped one yarn and used the next. I had tried just using one ball at a time, but the stripes of colour were too wide, so I ripped it out and used the suggested method. I didn’t bother to do that for the sleeves and you can see the difference! However, I’m delighted with the result and so is my granddaughter.
Posted 1 year ago
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Pretty though could be softer
Posted 1 year ago
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Lovely wool for first attempt at socks!!
Posted 1 year ago
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Noro Silk Garden Sock S087 is beautiful, versatile a dream to work with and good value for money.
Posted 1 year ago
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Love the noro silk garden garden wool. Bought the laredo ball, and as always, I played with wool in that I added other colours to it, and took out the orange, yellow, green tones. Loved the finish item - a 70th birthday for a special friend.
Posted 2 years ago
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Excellent. Good value, perfect to knit with. Warm and vibrant.
Posted 3 years ago