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Epos Wow Hand Dyed Sock Yarn

Epos Wow Hand Dyed Sock Yarn
Epos Wow Yarn
Epos Wow

Epos Wow Hand Dyed 4ply


You might call me weird but I've taken a liking to reframing stuff recently - it ties in with all the gratitudes and the mindfulness and, well, I've gone a bit woo woo in the pandemic. If you've been into the shop (or on the phone or watching the vlogs) then you'll likely know about the brand new till that we got just before lockdown - it's got stock control, it connects to the website, it shows me my figures in a graph - all singing and all dancing! You might also know it's been an absolute nightmare; some of that was customer service issues, some of it is non-crafters thinking that we just have a few balls of wool here and there and some of it was honestly just me underestimating the sheer amount of stock we have and how wonderful (but long winded) it would be catching up with all of you again after lockdown. Instead of having a breakdown though, I am trying to make the most out of this and honestly, make myself laugh - enter Epos Wow.

The colourway is based on the main screen of the till which is various shades of blue and a couple of red and green buttons at the bottom but there's also quite a lot of white and I challenged myself to not fill every void with colour so we have a sparse yarn which is not my normal style honestly but I love it. Most people who have seen the yarn itself think it's inspired by the sea and maybe Greece - so it's not an obviously till related colourway but we'll know and we'll have a sneaky giggle to ourselves.

It's a very limited colourway - I've made 20 skeins and that's it. As always with hand dyed, if you're using more than one skein I'd recommend striping them to even out any colour discrepancies, feel free to ask me about that.



    100g of sock yarn/4ply.
    75% merino, 25% nylon.
    400 metres.
    Hand wash.
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