We have fresh stock of Spincycle Dream State! Dream State is a worsted weight version of the very popular Dyed in the Wool yarn. The yarn gradually shifts from one color to the next as you work with it, making it a great option for fair isle projects! Every skein is completely unique and a ton of fun to work with.
- 100% American Superwash Wool
- Worsted weight
- 150 yards
- made in the USA
- 4.5 stitches per inch on US 7
- machine washable, lay flat to dry
Colors now in stock:
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If you have wanted to do some colorwork but aren’t ready for two handed stranded knitting yet, we have found the perfect cardigan pattern for you! The recently published Forest Park Cardigan by Kay Hopkins is super cute and sized for men and women. It’s a classic raglan design, with just a touch of mosaic colorwork around the middle. The pattern doesn’t require any steeking and the colorwork is created using slip stitches, making it much easier to work than traditional fair isle.
Pair the Dream State with a gorgeous color of Neighborhood Fiber Co Studio Worsted or Brooklyn Tweed Shelter.
XS(S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL) Designed to be worn with 4 inches / 10 cm ease at bust/chest.
Finished Bust/Chest: 30.25(35, 40, 44.75, 49.5, 54.25, 59, 64) inches / 75.5(87.5, 100, 112, 124, 135.5, 147.5, 160) cm. Choose a size that is about 4 inches larger than your bust/chest measurement.
- Main color – 1200(1350, 1500, 1600, 1750, 1850, 1950, 2050) yards of worsted weight wool (longer version may require an additional skein of MC. Yarn usage will vary depending on gauge and specific yarn)
- Contrast color – 100(125, 125, 150, 150, 150, 200, 250) yards of Spincycle Dream State
U#6 (4.0 mm), US#5 (3.75 mm) and US#4 (3.5 mm) circular needles
This sweater could be a great first sweater for an ambitious beginner. If you can knit, purl, work in the round and have done some increases or decreases, this is a great next project!
Skills used: German Short Rows, increases, decreases, mosaic (slip stitch) colorwork. Pattern designer does provide links to tutorials for: German Short Rows, crochet slip stitch edging (optional), one row buttonholes, and Jeny’s Stretchy Bindoff Technique.
Spincycle Yarns is the creation of Kate Burge and Rachel Price, who dye, design, and spin in their own beautiful mill in Bellingham, Washington.