Knitters Color Palette: Ewe Ewe Yarns!
Hi Noble Knitters! It's Nancy Queen and I'm here to talk to you today about a yarn that's actually a paintbox of colors! It's Ewe Ewe Yarns and basically they took a color wheel and used that for their inspiration when they designed their yarn line. So, when you are putting together colors - like Fair Isle, stripes, if you are doing an afghan in color blocks...Ewe Ewe has you completely covered in being able to put together colors that compliment each other and work together.
I'm going to put this yarn up here (on the shelf) so we can talk a little bit more about this yarn line and so you can admire all twenty colors as well. There are actually two yarns in this line: the original yarn called Wooly Worsted and the weight yarn called Ewe So Sporty. One is a worsted weight and the other is a sport weight. The Ewe So Sporty has and aqua (stripe) on label and Wooly Worsted has a gray (stripe) on label.
Both yarns come with a free pattern right on the yarn label. It's for a scarf. They are different patterns based on the yarn that you choose, but they are both three ball projects. And, the reason they chose a three ball project is because you can pick your three favorite colors and knit them into the project.
This yarn is amazing! It's a Superwash Merino Wool and the quality is excellent. I just want you to see how spongy it is and spring. It feels great! It's smooth and not picky at all. It doesn't split when you knit it and it's actually 100% machine washable and dry-able. The colors hold beautifully because that's what this yarn line is all about. And, they have nearly 100 patterns to choose from. A lot of them are small projects, even though they have afghans and sweaters, many of their projects are based on small, quick, fun to knit. They are all available at NobleKnits.com.
We carry the full line, all twenty colors in each yarn and you won't be disappointed knitting with this fabulous yarn. I want to tell you a little bit of the specs on each yarn. Wooly Worsted is a worsted weight yarn so it knits up at 20 stitches per four inches on a size 8 needle. There's 95 yards on a 50 gram ball. Ewe So Sporty knits up at a gauge of 24 stitches per four inches on a size 4 needles. There's 145 yards on this 50 gram ball.
So that's again, Ewe Ewe Yarns Wooly Worsted and Ewe So Sporty available at NobleKnits.com. Be sure to check out all the patterns available for this yarn, there's some free patterns available as well.