Uneek Sock Kits for Unique Knitters

If you’re looking for a unique knitting experience, look no further than Uneek Sock Kits from Urth Yarns. These striking new kits feature two pre-wound, hand dyed, self striping, matching cakes of the softest, most luscious sock yarn ever!That’s right — we said pre-wound AND matching!! Say goodbye to winding and weighing, that’s all been done for you. No more wasting yarn to find the repeat in the pattern, these are already matched up! All you have to do is dig out your favourite pattern and start knitting. Thanks, Urth Yarns for making life easy!Don’t have a favourite sock pattern, or maybe you want to try something new? Urth Yarns thought of that as well! Seriously, can they read our minds?? They’ve come up with three interesting, creative and best of all, free sock patterns for you to choose from. A top down chevron sock for those who like their stripes to zig zag, a toe up pattern for a classic sock with a seamed toe, and a toe up pattern with a simple, charming cable. By the look of these patterns, you may just have to pick up three kits and try them all out!

Uneek Sock Kits are comprised of 75% extrafine superwash merino and 25% nylon. A palette of ten kaleidoscopic colours is available but we don’t know how you’ll be able to decide on just one! These vibrant colours and brilliant combinations will make your socks the envy of everyone you know.As if all of this wasn’t enough, Urth Yarns¬†work with textile factories that have Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification, and they provide employment to women in rural areas of Turkey. They also work with Trees for the Future in their mission to provide local families with the tools and knowledge to plant trees in Africa. For every skein of Urth Yarn sold, a tree is planted in Africa, how amazing is that?

If we’ve piqued your interest, take a trip to your LYS and see for yourself. We think you’ll agree, Uneek Sock Kits are like heaven on Urth!

Happy knitting and crocheting everyone!


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