Yarn Base sock Fine


Our popular sock yarn in many beautiful colors. The fine merino wool has a polyamide content to increase durability. It is particularly soft, dimensionally stable, felt-free and skin-friendly.

Not only for socks, but also for scarves, gloves or sweaters. Baby or children’s things can also be knitted with it.

The wool comes from Australia, but is mulesing-free. It is superwash treated and knot-free.

Composition: 75% wool (merino wool)/ 25% polyamide
Starch: Fingering/ 4ply
Yardage: 400m/100g
Gauge: 30M=10cm
Needle size: 2-3mm
Care: Machine wash up to 40°C with delicate cycle.

The yarn is Ökotex Standard 100 certified



by Faïza Megazaa

Facette desiged by Faïza Mebazaa is a sweater with a loose fit and delicate colorwork – and many facets, as the name suggests.

Yarn: Sock Fine 4ply
MC: Antique Ivory
CC1: Firefly
CC2: Lavender

Photo: © Faïza Mebazaa

Ravelry Facet Kit


by Stephen West

This semi-circular shawl was originally published as the Westknits Mystery Shawl Knit Along in 2021. Stripes, short rows, slip stitches, I-cord loops, bobbles, and welts all contribute to the colorful collage of knitted fabric.

Yarn: Sock Fine 4ply
Color A – Orange Cosmos (orange)
Color B – Kimono (cream with orange speckles)
Color C – Saffron (yellow)
Color D – Fir Tree (dark green)
Color E – Kohaku (light green)

Photo: © Stephen West


Berlin Socks

by Chihiro Homma

Berlin Socks are a simple, warm pair of socks with cap-shaped toes. You can use yarn from your stash or leftovers, mix multiple colours to create your unique pair.

These socks are knitted from the cuff down. Yarn is held double throughout.

Yarn: Sock Fine 4ply (Yarn held together)
Color A – Rikyu (green)
Color B – Kohaku (yellow)
Color C – Sabi (brown)
Color D – Nasu (purple)