When you sign up for my Sock Perfection yarn club, you will receive a new colorway that I have created using a different famous painting as my inspiration each month. Which painting will it be this month? Something from the Renaissance? An impressionist painting? High medieval? Modern? You will have to wait and see, but you can take a look at previous club colorways here.
These colorways will be completely new each month, and they will be exclusively for club members until at least 6 months have passed. The Club Colorway of the Month will always be a variegated yarn.
This club is specifically for sock knitters and those who prefer some nylon in their yarn. Each month you will receive a 100 gram skein made of Sock Perfection, which is made of 80% superwash merino and 20% nylon and comes with 450 yards per skein.
The deadline to sign up for the month is on the 1st of the month, so, for example, if you want to sign up in time for the February colorway, you'll need to sign up by the 1st of February. That's also the last date for cancelling for that month as well. When you initially sign up, your credit card will be charged on that day. Every month after that, it will be charged near the end of the month until you cancel or pause your subscription. I will dye and mail out your yarn by the 21st of the month.
The club is set up such that you can cancel it or pause it anytime you like by logging into your account. You're also welcome to switch from one club to a different one anytime you like. Just make sure to do it by the 1st of the month for that month's club colorway. If you have any questions or need help changing or cancelling your subscription, don't hesitate to contact me.
You can choose to sign up for one or more of the Club Colorway of the Month by selecting the quantity. If you select multiple skeins, they will all be dyed in the same colorway.
You can also choose to add a coordinating semi-solid 20 gram mini skein for cuffs, toes, and heels if you like. The base I use for the 20 gram minis has 25% nylon--perfect for the hardest wearing parts of the sock.
Alternatively, you can choose to add a coordinating semi-solid full-sized skein made from the same yarn. That's a great option for shawls and more.