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Kureyon Sock Add to My Favorites
"Kureyon Sock" yarn by Noro combines wool with nylon giving you the same self-striping fun of "Kureyon" with added durability. Beautifully crafted in Japan of 70% wool & 30% nylon, it's dyed in the 12 most popular color combos of "Kureyon," so you can make socks to match your favorite "Kureyon" sweater.

Shade Cards

Winter 2008
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Winter 2008
Where to Buy This Yarn

About This Yarn
 BrandNoro [www]
 DistributorKnitting Fever Inc. [www]
 Made InJapan
 Date Released Winter 2007
 Yardage462 yds.
 Weight100g
 Yarn Weight Fingering
 Fiber Content Wool , Nylon
 Texture Single
 Gauge (st. /4 in.)30
 Needle Size(s) 2 US (2.75mm)
 Availability Discontinued Fall 2011
 MSRP$18.95
 CareHand Wash & Dry Flat.

Colors
Discontinued Colors
040
(Turquoise, Green, Purple)
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Fall 2011
092
(Off White, Turquoise, Black)
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Fall 2011
095
(Green, Pink, Black)
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Fall 2011
102
(Pink, Purple, Black)
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Fall 2011
149
(Brown, Gray, Gray)
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150
(Gray, Green, Turquoise)
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Fall 2011
164
(Turquoise, Brown, Tan)
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Fall 2011
180
(Pink, Orange, Purple)
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Fall 2011
182
(Purple, Turquoise, Blue)
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184
(Green, Turquoise, Brown)
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Fall 2011
185
(Purple, Orange, Purple)
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Fall 2011
188
(Green, Purple, Purple)
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Fall 2011
217
(Gray, Yellow, Pink)
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Fall 2010
219
(Turquoise, Purple, Pink)
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Fall 2010
220
(Red, Turquoise, Purple)
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Fall 2010
221
(Pink, Green, Blue)
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Fall 2011
226
(Red, Green, Pink)
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Fall 2010
229
(Blue, Green, Purple)
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Fall 2010
233
(Blue, Blue, Green)
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Fall 2010
236
(Green, Orange, Turquoise)
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Fall 2010
240
(Gray, Pink, Pink)
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Fall 2010
242
(Red, Orange, Blue)
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Fall 2011
250
(Blue, Red, Purple)
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Fall 2011
252
(Gray, Brown, Blue)
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Fall 2011
253
(Blue, Green, Red)
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Fall 2011
254
(Green, Purple, Blue)
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Fall 2011
255
(Brown, Red, Green)
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Fall 2011
256
(Blue, Red, Green)
Discontinued:
Fall 2011


Additional Images

Garment: Kureyon Basic Socks

Detail : Detail Image

Ball : Ball Image

Projects
 

Crocheted Stone City Scarf
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Kureyon Anna Cropped Cardigan
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Kureyon Basic Socks
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Kureyon Basketweave Jacket
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Kureyon Crocheted Stripes Vest
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Kureyon Entrelac Socks
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Kureyon Fantasy Crocheted Jacket
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Kureyon Fingerless Gloves/Mittens
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Kureyon Sock Crocheted Tee
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Kureyon Sock Fingerless Gloves
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Kureyon Sock Gloves
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Kureyon Sock Isabella Pullover
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Kureyon Sock Knee Highs
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Kureyon Sock Lace Top
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Kureyon Sock Lacy Cardigan
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Kureyon Sock Luxury Wrap/Scarf
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Kureyon Sock Olivia Vest
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Kureyon Sock Pullover Tunic
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Kureyon Sock Rainbow Tunic
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Kureyon Sock Sargent Socks
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Kureyon Sock Shawl Collar Cardi
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Kureyon Sock Short-Sleeved Cardi
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Kureyon Sock Swing Sweater
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Spottie Dottie Socks
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Reviews & Comments
lanimoo
Seattle, Washington
2 Posts
  Tuesday April 1 12:28:24 AM PST
The two skeins I bought (different colorways), were just a rip-off. Both were full of knots and really bad tangles. I spent more time unraveling tangles that actually knitting with the yarn. It went like this-knit for 5 minutes then spend the next 45 minutes untangling. The manufacturer seemed to have pieced both skeins together from shorter lengths of yarn so there was many more than the occasional knot. I mean there were a lot in both skeins. The end results were two garter stitch scarves that though the colors look beautiful, as usual with Kureyon, are unwearable because of the itch factor. REALLY NOT WORTH THE MONEY OR EFFORT. Don't make yourself crazy; don't get this yarn.

lanimoo
Seattle, Washington
2 Posts
  Tuesday April 1 12:29:15 AM PST

SharronA
Rochester, New York
1 Posts
  Friday April 4 3:19:05 PM PST
So sorry you had bad luck with this yarn. I just made a pair of socks and I absolutely love them! The skein had only 1 knot. I had to do some untwisting every few rounds, holding the yarn & letting the sock/needles untwist itself. Next time I use this yarn I will wind it into a ball first (loosely, by hand) and then knit with it locked in a baggie. I bought the yarn in a shop that had sample socks on display, and one had been washed. That's what convinced me, and I'm online now to buy more for more socks. It's fun to work with, just like regular Kureyon, and feels like it will be a very sturdy and long-wearing sock. I'm pleased!

Lunassa
Catskill, New York
1 Posts
  Friday May 30 5:06:51 PM PST
LOVE. I bought two skeins of this when it went on sale at a LYS and I absolutely adore it. The rustic feel of the yarn made knitting with it a journey. Sometimes the yarn became thin, sometimes it was slubby, but I can say that there were very few times where I was put out by the disparate thickness. The few times it was too slubby I just picked a little of the wool off and went on my way. My only gripe was that I had to do a little surgery to the skein to make my socks match, but if I hadn't cared I would have just kept knitting away happily. These are the best wearing socks I have made in quite some time. I wear them frequently and they have held up very well. I get compliments on them wherever I go. :)

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