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3 Reasons Why Woolspun Will Be Your New Favorite Chunky Yarn!

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In a recent post, we shared a great video tutorial from New Stitch A Day which shows how to knit a yarn over "YO", and if you haven't been keeping up with New Stitch A Day since then, why not? Johnny and his team release a new stitch each day, PLUS there are left-handed versions for each tutorial as well!

We're thrilled that Johnny and his team have been using our chunky weight Lion's Pride® Woolspun® for their tutorials. Since the New Stitch A Day team enjoys working with Woolspun so much, I thought I'd touch on 3 great reasons why you'll love Woolspun too!

1. Color Range! Woolspun has 24 colors available in neutrals and brights, heathers and solids. There are many different color combinations that can be made with this yarn, which adds to its versatility. Make projects for anyone you know; you'll definitely find something to make for a man, woman, teen, child, or baby with these beautiful colors.

To hightlight, watch the following New Stitch A Day tutorial, "Two Color Interlocking Block Stitch":


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2. Stitch Definition: Stockinette stitch looks wonderful in Woolspun. Stitches look well defined and neat with this yarn - especially when working in the right gauge. The tightly plied (12 ply) construction of the yarn allows your work to truly stand out, especially if working on cables.

Take a look at the New Stitch A Day tutorial as Johnny shows you how to knit the C4B stitch (Cable with 4 stitches to the back):



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3. Easy Care: You get the warmth of wool, and the easy care of acrylic — how convenient! You can machine wash and dry your Woolspun projects for continued use, time after time, making this a great yarn to use for your next gift or baby project. No shrunken sweaters with this yarn!

We want to hear from you! Have you worked with Lion's Pride® Woolspun®? Tell us why you love it in the comments below.

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  • Linda

    I have made 6 or 7 crocheted hats from woolspun. Not too itche. Great yarn to show stitch texture and pretty colors.