Meet Squishy, our most popular sock yarn. It's spun from a blend of Superwash Merino, Cashmere, and Nylon - the same blend that we use for Cloud, Cricket, and For Better or Worsted. While we refer to it as a fingering-weight yarn, it's definitely on the heavier side of the fingering spectrum.
As a knitter, when I want to feed my stash, I pick up fingering-weight yarn. It's so versatile - I don't worry about being able to find the right pattern because there are so many available that use just one skein. With one skein, I can make a pair of socks, a shawlette, or gloves and a hat. With a couple of skeins I can make a big shawl. And with 3 - 4 skeins I can make a sweater or a baby blanket.
If the longer knit time has caused you to shy away from knitting garments in a fingering weight, consider the lighter weight of the resulting fabric. A Squishy sweater may suit your winter layering better than a thicker sweater. It's not comfortable to feel like that kid from A Christmas Story who can't put his arms down!
Squishy takes our dyes true, so you can expect rich, expressive colorways from a skein of this yarn. And with over 100 colorways, you are bound to find the perfect combination for your project!
Or keep it simple with just one.