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Cascade 220 Superwash Wave

SKU: 580-108
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Everything you love about Cascade's classic 220 Superwash with a beautiful new color shift effect. Long color repeats paired with tonal or high contrast colorways make for striking skeins and incredible projects. Even with all that color packed in, Superwash Wave is easy to care for. So whether you make a cozy blanket or a hard-wearing child's hat, your new creation will last!

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Yarn details:

Weight: Worsted / 4

Texture: Plied

Put up: Twisted Hank

Fiber Content: 100% Superwash Wool

Unit Weight: 100 g / 3.5oz

Yardage: 220 yards / 201 meters

Recommended Needle Size: US 6-7 / 4-4.5 mm

Knitting Gauge: 20 to 22 stitches per 4" square

Recommended Hook Size: US G-H / 4.25-5 mm

Crochet Gauge: 13 to 16 single crochet stitches in a 4" square

Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry cool

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Featured Patterns Using Cascade 220 Superwash Wave Worsted:

World's Simplest Mittens knit out of Cascade 220 Superwash Wave

World's Simplest Mittens
by Tin Can Knits
Craft: Knit
Skill Level: Easy
Easy to knit, and fun to wear, these mittens are perfect for unexpected cold weather.
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The Flax Pullover

Flax Pullover
by Tin Can Knits
Craft: Knit
Skill Level: Easy
A simple, comfy sweater that is a breeze to knit. Keep the whole family looking cute and feeling cozy
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Antler Toque

Antler Toque
by Tin Can Knits
Craft: Knit
Skill Level: Easy
A cozy cabled toque knit in the round that keeps you warm and looking your best.
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Click here to view more patterns on Ravelry featuring Cascade 220 Superwash Wave.

About Cascade:

Bob Dunbadin founded the Cascade Yarns in the late 1980s. From their humble Pioneer Square beginnings in Seattle, Washington, they have moved and expanded, but have never lost their commitment to affordable, high-quality yarns.

In a time when most high-quality yarn was being crafted in Europe, Cascade instead looked to Peru. Cascade has always believed that so long as the materials and spinning equipment were high quality, and the workers well trained and happy, good yarn can come from anywhere.

A family-owned business since the beginning, Cascade is now run by Bob Dunbadin's son Rob and daughter-in-law Shannon. They continue Cascade's mission to offer exceptional quality yarn for an exceptional price.