Organic Studio Sock
Great news! Karida Collins’s hand-dyed Studio Sock yarn is now available in a certified organic, environmentally friendly merino base.
It’s the yarn of choice for the Diagonal Mitts pattern in MDK Field Guide No. 18: Beginnings. This is potato-chip knitting at its most colorful!
Please note: The Diagonal Mitts pattern appears in MDK Field Guide No. 18: Beginnings, available in both digital and print editions. Be sure to add a copy of MDK Field Guide No. 18 to your cart at checkout!
Specs & Details
Scroll down for skein requirements for Diagonal Mitts.
Change is good.
We love Neighborhood Fiber Company’s signature sock yarn for its rich hand-dyed color and for its innovative all-wool construction.
This 100% merino is milled with 8 plies—4 sets of 2-ply yarn, which makes for a durable yarn without nylon.
Now, Karida Collins has taken Studio Sock to even greater heights by switching the base yarn to GOTS-certified organic wool.
Organic Studio Sock is still 100 percent machine-washable merino, but the wool is minimally processed, without using chemical superwash agents. Organic Studio Sock is environmentally friendly and softer than ever.
Organic Studio Sock is one of our favorite sock yarns—a single skein yields a pair of socks in most sizes—and it’s also the yarn of choice for the Diagonal Mitts pattern in MDK Field Guide No. 18: Beginnings.
Knitting a stack of Diagonal Mitts gives you the easy-knitting fun of playing in Karida’s exciting palette, and it will make you very popular when it’s time to hand out holiday gifts.
How many skeins of Organic Studio Sock will you need?