We have waxed on in the past about our love for H&W Comfort Wolle and with the newest collection of colours now available in yarn shops across the country, we just can’t seem to stop talking about it.
You probably find yourself wondering what the difference is in all of the sock yarns that are available these days. The primary difference with Comfort Wolle is the price point. This durable yarn is affordably priced making it a highly sought after sock yarn. A 75% superwash wool, 25% nylon blend, Comfort Wolle is strong and soft with consistent colour changes.
If you were to do a yarn search on Ravelry for Comfort Wolle, you would see that this yarn is a favorite around the world. With over 40 pages of projects, inspiration will not be a problem! While Comfort Wolle is a tried and true sock yarn sweetheart, you will be thrilled to see all of the other projects such as shawls, sweaters and even doll clothes!
One of the things we love the most about Comfort Wolle is that they introduce new colours every month. What a great way to keep lines fresh and interesting. And unlike other sock yarns, they don’t just reintroduce the same colours every couple of years, they actually come up with new and innovative colour combinations all of the time! How great is that?!!
Have a look at these 8 new shades for the October Collection. Rich shades with incredible colour saturation, this is a wonderful selection of self striping and jacquard patterns.
Should you prefer a solid sock yarn, Comfort Wolle has you covered with their Uni line. Certain projects pair best with solid colours, cables and lace for example, will show their intricacy better in a solid shade. We positively love Comfort Wolle Uni for stranded colourwork, or Fair Isle, also. Like the self patterning version, Comfort Wolle Uni is also a blend of 75% superwash wool and 25% nylon.
For those who like to indulge themselves in something a little more sumptuous, you will fall in love with Comfort Wolle Cashmere Wellness. Luxuriously blended with 65% superwash merino, 25% nylon and 15% cashmere, every stitch is pure bliss. Cashmere is said to be seven to eight times warmer than sheep’s wool, and is one of the world’s most decadent fibres. There is no way you’ll stop at just one ball! Here is a sampling of some of the newest colours available this month.
Let us know what you think about Comfort Wolle and what you are making with it. We always love to hear from you!
Happy knitting and crocheting everyone!