...for our summer DK weight subscription yarn box! You have until midnight April 30 to sign-up for this season's DK yarn box.
What a great gift for yourself or the yarn crafter in your life!
The price listed is per season and you get a 5% discount for prepaying your subscription each season. You pay in the first month while the subscription signup period is open, then, around the beginning of the third month, you will receive your box!
- Spring (order in January, first shipment around March 1)
- Summer (order in April, first shipment around June 1)
- Fall (order in July, first shipment around September 1)
- Winter (order in October, first shipment around December 1)
What if I change my mind?
We hope you'll stick around and experience colorways not yet available to the general public, but if you need to make a change, you can switch to another subscription or cancel it at anytime through your customer portal before your next payment goes through.
For Seasonal Subscriptions:
The cost per quarter/season of $57 ($60 minus the 5% discount for prepay) will be billed to your credit/debit card or PayPal at the beginning of the season when ordering is open for the first month (e.g. pay in January for the spring box delivered by March). The yarn will ship within two months after pre-orders close.
*A note about shipping: you will be charged for shipping each season when it renews.
For Annual Subscriptions:
The cost per year is $216 ($240 minus the 10% discount for prepay) will be billed to your credit/debit card or PayPal at the beginning of the season when ordering is open for the first month (e.g. pay in January for the spring box delivered in March). The first yarn box will ship within two months after pre-orders close, then it will ship every three months according to the schedule above with no need to renew every season.
*A note about shipping: you will be charged up-front for all four shipments in an annual subscription.
What You or Your Recipient Will Receive:
You or your recipient will receive two skeins of a beautiful mystery colorway, PLUS a one of a kind stitch marker or a set of stitch markers, and perhaps other nice things in each box:
This box will contain:
- Two skeins of 100% Superwash Italian Merino wool DK weight yarn
- 231 yards each
- No synthetics (which means no nylon), just wool!
Super Fine Fingering: 435 yards, 4-ply, 100% NON-superwash Merino
Super Fine Sock: 435 yards, 4-ply, tight spin, 100% Superwash BFL
Light DK: 230 yards, 4-ply, 100% Superwash Merino
Medium Worsted: 218 yards, 4-ply, 100% Superwash Merino
Jumbo Bulky: 106 yards, 3-ply 100% Superwash Merino
Yarn is sold in 100g skeins/hanks unless otherwise noted. Yardage is an estimate not exact. Make sure you order enough for your project.
Lace Mohair (50g): 459yds/419m
Super Fine (Baby, Fingering, Sock): 438yds/400m
Fine (Sport): 287yds/262m
Light (DK): 231yds/211m
Medium (Worsted): 218yds/199m
Medium (Aran): 181yds/165m
Bulky (Chunky): 109yds/99m
Standard knitting needle and crochet hook sizes are mere suggestions. You will need to consider many factors to determine the actual size tool you'll need for a specific project. The way your hold your yarn, tension on the yarn, the complexity of your project, and more will figure into the size of your tool for a specific project.
We recommend that you first make a 6" to 8" square swatch in the item pattern using the recommended size tool by the designer. Then, wash and block the swatch and measure its gauge.
To measure the gauge of your swatch, choose a row in the middle of your swatch and lay a ruler or measuring tape on it. Count stitches across 4" of length, then divide by 4. This will give you the number of stitches per inch.
Likewise, measure the number of rows per inch using a ruler or measuring tape in the middle of the swatch for 4" vertical length. Count the rows inside that 4" and divide by 4. This will be your rows per inch.
If you have too many stitches or rows per inch, use a bigger tool and swatch again. If you have too few stitches or rows, use a smaller tool and swatch again. You may need to adjust how you hold the yarn to obtain a close gauge.
Swatching may seem time-consuming but it's more time consuming and frustrating to spend hours working on a project only to have it end up too small or too large for your needs.
Suggested Tool Sizes
Lace: 000–1 (US) 1.5–2.25mm (metric)
Super Fine (Baby, Fingering, Sock): 1 - 3 (US) or 2.25 - 3.25mm (metric)
Fine (Sport): 3 - 5 (US) or 3.25 - 3.75mm (metric)
Light (DK): 5 - 7 (US) or 3.75 - 4.5mm (metric)
Medium (Worsted, Aran): 7 - 9 (US) or 4.5 - 5.5mm (metric)
Chunky/Bulky: 9 - 11 (US) or 5.5 - 8mm (metric)
Steel: 6, 7, 8 (US) or 1.6–1.4mm (metric)
Regular hook: B1 or 2.25 mm (metric)
Super Fine (Baby, Fingering, Sock): B1 - E4 (US) or 2.25 - 3.5mm (metric)
Fine (Sport): E4 - 7 (US) or 3.5 - 4.5mm (metric)
Light (DK): 7 - I9 (US) or 4.5 - 5.5mm (metric)
Medium (Worsted, Aran): 7 - I9 (US) or 5.5 - 6.5mm (metric)
Chunky/Bulky: K10.5 - M13 (US) or 6.5 - 9mm (metric)
Care Instructions for Woolens
Handwash gently all your wool items in only cold water with a mild wool wash, do not agitate or wring, just squeeze gently.
Then, lay the item flat on a towel and roll it up, then press to remove excess water (stepping on it is acceptable!)
Unroll the towel and remove the item, dry flat out of direct sun, and block it, if necessary.
If you happen to have a laundry spinner, these are fantastic for getting water out of your hand-washed items, which means drying time is faster.
Got a stain on your woolens?
Check out this guide for removing it.