REGIA 6-ply Tweed is a classic heavier weight sock yarn in tweed flecked colors which look gorgeous with traditional style dress or jeans. One 150 gram skein is enough to knit a pair of standard adult socks. Like all REGIA yarns, it won’t felt and offers long-lasting wear and great shape retention. Machine washable up to 40° C (100° F) and can be machine dried. With a 10-year REGIA guarantee.
Composition: 70% Wool, 25% Polyamide, 5% Viscose
Yarn weight: 6ply / Sport
Recommended knitting needle size: 3-4mm
Recommended crochet hook size: 3-4mm
Tension/Gauge: 22 stitches and 30 rows per 10cm
Care: Machine wash
Made in: Germany
Please note: It's impossible to guarantee an accurate colour display for every computer monitor so if you're unsure, we recommend you visit our shop to inspect the yarn personally.
- Orders Under $150 are subject to a flat delivery fee of $9.95.
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