Bernat Sox Yarn


Bernat Sox Yarn

Bernat Sox YarnBernat Sox Yarn
Gifted by: Yarnspirations
Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor,

Bernat Sox yarn is super soft to the touch, which is perfect for wearing those cozy socks during the cold winter months. With a durable and soft sock yarn, Bernat Sox is easy to care for, comes in multiple colors and is great for the whole family. Each skein comes in a fun variegated color scheme. You can choose from designs like Newsprint (shades of black, brown and white), Sangria (shades of deep reds and purples), Rainbow (shades of red, orange, yellow, green and blue), Sari (shades of red, oragne, yellow and purple), Stormy Weather (shades of blues and grays), Surf's Up (shades of blue and teal), Tutu (shades of pink, purple and white), and Woodbine Variegated (shades of dark greens and brown). Because the colors are so bright and bold it makes your sock design really pop and look amazing.

Sox yarn is really easy to work with. You would think your hands would hurt from working with such fine fingering yarn and a small hook, but it glides easily. With a net weight of 1.75 ounces and a combiniation of 60% acrylic and 40% nylon, you're going to love working with this yarn. Just because it's titled Sox yarn, it doesn't necessarily mean you have to knit socks. This yarn would also be great for smaller items like baby knitting patterns, knit dishcloths and even knit jewelry since it's so fine. It would also look nice worked up as gloves, hats and shawls.

There is a dye lot number for Sox yarn, so if you decide you really want more of the same color then be sure to look at that number. What's great about this fun yarn is that it's machine washable and dryable, allowing you to wear your socks as many times as you'd like. The toughest part about loving this yarn so much is deciding what colors to choose!


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No, I don't think you can use Sox Yarn for "knit dishcloths". Only cotton or maybe a cotton/linen yarn is suitable for dishcloths. An acrylic yarn will just smear water when you are trying to wipe the counter. LOL.


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