Durable and comfortable wool-free sock yarn! Berroco Comfort® Sock yarn consists of 50% superfine nylon and 50% superfine acrylic, each ply strengthens the yarn and increases resilience without relinquishing an ounce of fluffy comfort. Your finished fabric will have memory and durability which is perfect for hats, shawls, sweaters, socks, and more. Pick from self-patterning, self-striping, and solid colors of classic washable sock yarn for cozy projects that can withstand the test of time. You'll love the soft, non-squeaky, feel of this yarn and with its high yardage you can make a good size project with just one skein.
You may also enjoy Comfort in different weights - Berroco Comfort Worsted, Berroco Comfort DK, and Berroco Comfort Chunky.
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See projects featuring this yarn HERE.
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Weight: 1 / Fingering / Sock / 14 wpi
Texture: Chainette Plied
Put up: Center-Pull Skein
Fiber content: 50% Super Fine Acrylic, 50% Super Fine Nylon
Unit weight: 3.5 oz / 100 g
Yardage: 447 yds / 412 m
Recommended needle size: 3 (US) / 3.25 mm
Knitting gauge: 7.5 sts sts = 1" 30 sts x 40 rows = 4" (10cm)
Crochet gauge: 6 sc = 1" 24 sc x 30 rows = 4" (10cm)
Recommended hook size: 3-D (US) / 3.25 mm
Care: Machine Wash inside out, warm water, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low heat, do not over-dry. Do not iron. Do not bleach.
Country of origin: Turkey
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We have partnered with Berroco to bring you a wide range of yarns. Your order of Berroco Comfort® Sock Yarn will be drop-shipped from the Berroco in North Smithfield, Rhode Island USA. Please allow up to 3-5 business days for your order to be processed and shipped out. We will contact you with any shipping and tracking information for your order.
If your project is time-sensitive, please contact us regarding the current stock & shipping times of specific lines and colorways. You can call us at (509) 536-7746 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Patterns Using Berroco's Comfort Sock Yarn:
by Brenda York
Skill Level: Intermediate
Knit from the cuff down, these sweet socks feature a folded hem with picot edging and a simple lace stitch pattern.
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by Rebecca Hope Osborn
Skill Level: Experienced
These winsome socks have a crisscrossing lattice of stitches.
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Click here to view more free patterns featuring Berroco Comfort® Sock
Berroco has been producing quality yarn for 40 years but the company's roots actually go back centuries. From the Daniel Day Mill in 1809 to present-day Stanley Mill, six generations of Wheelocks have been continuously involved in the American textile industry.
Warren Wheelock's great-great-great-grandfather, Jerry Wheelock, began the tradition by producing woolen cloth, an enterprise that would grow and change, enduring the test of time. In 1905, Stanley Wheelock established Stanley Woolen Mills, surviving the great depression, two world wars, and weathering the changing times and demands in the world of textiles. In 1968, the Wheelock family formed Stanley Berroco which was transformed into Berroco in 1987 by Warren Wheelock and his wife, Caroline. The new firm grew to become one of the largest importers of handknitting yarns, patterns, and supplies in the United States and Canada.
Berroco is known for its high-quality yarns which widely range from traditional to novelty and are sourced from all over the world, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Brazil, and Peru. Located on the site of the old Lonsdale Cotton Mill (1904) in North Smithfield, Rhode Island, Berroco continues its well-rooted family tradition of providing quality textiles at affordable prices.
“Ever since we were teenagers we worked in the mill, doing various jobs, learning the business, so we got to know the people, and they knew us…” quote from 1994 interview with Philip, Arthur & Strickland Wheelock.