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Undercover Otter

Squirm Sock

Colour
Backdraft
Killer Tomatoes
Screaming Satsuma
Sam
Giallo
Taro
Sweet Alice
Citadel
Past Hell
Society
Dead End Drive In
Caligari
Devil Doll
If It Bleeds
Gingerdead
Gwynne
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  • If you're looking for a fabulous bouncy, squashy, soft and versatile yarn - this is the one! With 80% extra fine merino, this yarn is straight-to-skin perfection, and the 20% nylon means it can take a beating.

    Perfect for cozy warm shawls, garments, hats and socks!

    CHECK OUT OUR CUSTOM TRIBE COLOUR: "Past Hell".A pun on pastel, but this one is way more badass: it’s UV reactive, "which means it will glow up like a mofo under blacklight"- Undercover Otter...

    Undercover Otter yarns are expertly hand-dyed in small batches from their studio in Amsterdam. Their yarn is characterised by saturated colours and strange names.

    When dyeing they experiment with different methods to get to the perfect result: this means that the final colourway can have up to 6 layers of dye, in a multitude of techniques!

  • Ingredients:
    80% Superwash Extra Fine Merino
    20% Nylpn

    Length:
    400m (437yd)

    Weight:
    100g

    Gauge:
    4Ply/Fingering
    Recommended needle / hook size: 2 - 3mm (US 0 - 3)

  • About Undercover Otter

    Hailing from Amsterdam, and known for their unconventional, bold colours and strange names - Undercover Otter take their inspiration from classic horror movies, modern gore-fests and post-apocalyptic science fiction!

    The brand has always operated with a love and respect for the animals (and plants) that provide us with materials on which to work their crafty magic. This means that all yarn and fibres are OEKO-TEX® Class I certified and/or sourced from non-mulesing breeders.

    They mostly use acid dyes and whatever is left after a dye session gets filtered out of the water as much as possible before re-using the water (about 80% of all water used is filtered and re-used). Any water which must be thrown out gets another filtering and is neutralized before it is dispose of.

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