Urth Yarns | Monokrom Fingering

NZ$37.00 inc GST

Monokrom Fingering features a long-repeat tonal colour change that results in gentle variations as you knit or crochet.

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Description

Monokrom Fingering is one of the family of amazing Urth Yarns superwash merinos. It features a long-repeat tonal colour change that results in gentle variations as you knit or crochet, all in rich, saturated jewel tones, and all designed to coordinate with both Uneek and Harvest! In soft, pure superwash merino, It is delicious for shawls and garments, for young and old alike!

Monokrom Fingering Patterns

Are you looking for something to knit from Monokrom Fingering yarn? Urth Yarns offers free patterns for sweaters, tees, wraps, vests and more.

You can also create Vogue Knitting’s gorgeous Reversal Wrap with a combination of this and Urth’s Merino Gradient yarn.

Marin Melchior has designed the Vacation Butterfly Shawl. It’s inspired by her famous Papillon shawl, but has some differences that make the middle section more relaxing to knit.

About Urth Yarns

Female artisans in Mersin and Istanbul hand dye every skien of yarn. They use innovative dyeing techniques in order to ensure the yarn is full of vibrant colour. This amazing yarn is good for you and good for the world! Urth Yarns has partnered with Trees for the Future to run their Knit One Plant One scheme – for every skein you purchase, a tree is planted!

Brand: Urth Yarns
Weight / ply: 4 ply / fingering
Ball size: 100 g
Metres (yards): 398 m (435 yards)
Fibre: 100 % merino
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Structure:
plied
Colour type: gentle self-striping/long-repeat variegated
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Country of origin – dyeing: hand dyed in Turkey
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Care: gentle machine wash, delicate cycle

Additional information

Colour

3051, 3052, 3054, 3055, 3056, 3057, 3058, 3062, 3063, 3065, 3064, 3066

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