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Stick o' Butter Lively DK KNOTTY-NAUGHTY

$25.00 $19.00
(You save $6.00)

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Dye to order products

If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order" from the "select a dyeing option" menu. Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Product Description

A light, summery yellow that looks like melting butter dripping off your corn on the cob. Just try not to lick your fingers while you're knitting.



THIS LISTING IS FOR A NAUGHTY/KNOTTY SKEIN ONLY. This skein may either have had a single knot or a flub in the strand.


We have split  the skein into two hanks where the knot/flub occurred, so you will essentially be getting two smaller skeins that TOGETHER will range from 265-275 yards.


This is a great time for some good savings if you don't mind an extra join or two! In many cases, the smaller skein is 10 grams or less. A little naughty, yet oh so nice! :)



PLEASE NOTE - Knotty skeins will range anywhere from 265-275 yards. Please plan your projects accordingly. Also, these have all been dyed at various times and most likley, NOT  in the same batch other skeins of same colorway in either the knotty or the regular colorways sections of the website. If you are ordering multiple skeins, you may need to knit in alternating rows.



With the same tight twist our Artisan Sock yarn is known for, DK Lively is a heavier weight with a noticeable sproingyness. This yarn can be used for any project calling for a heavy DK or light worsted weight yarn. And since it is superwash, it's perfect for quick baby knits!


90% superwash merino, 10% nylon

275 yards, approximately 130 grams
5-6 stitches per inch
US size 4-7 needle



Laundering Instructions:

Handwash or machine wash gentle cycle, separately, with mild detergent in cool water. Lay flat to dry or machine dry on low temperatures. For best results, turn garment inside out before laundering.


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