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New Lion Brand Line: Crochet with London Kaye!

We adore London Kaye, and we here at Lion Brand are so excited for her new line of crochet treats. She is famous for her yarn-bombed works of art, and now, you can crochet with London! With a fabulous yarn, thoughtfully-designed crochet hooks, and very fun new project Theme Pack kits, you can cast on with her in so many fun ways.

Crochet with London Kaye

London’s Yarn

In 23 fun colors, London & Lion Brand have got you covered for any project you could dream up! It’s a 6 Super Bulky yarn, and it’s very durable. You can craft long-lasting projects, for indoors or out, in this 100% Acrylic fiber. LKYC Yarn will be your new go-to!

Here are just a few of the fun tones!

London Theme Packs

These Theme Packs are SUCH a fun idea! With 11 to choose from, and three options in each, there are an almost endless variety of fun projects to crochet! Theme Packs are a lovely peek into London’s imagination. With plenty of yarn and an inspiration booklet, it’s like ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ crochet!

Take a closer look!

With the Water World Theme Pack, you can whip up a yarn-bomb ‘Beach’ sign, a globe (to decorate a tree or hang up in your home), or even craft a DIY on-the-wall aquarium! Believe it or not, you’ll have all the yarn you need to make any of these fun projects a reality, plus the inspiration book to get you dreaming.

Watercolors Theme Pack is so lovely, and you can make three very different pieces: a Happy Birthday Banner, a Super-Sized Flower (both pictured below), and a Colorful Tree Hugger! You’ll get 40g balls in Eyeshadow, Seaglass, Alien, Sunshine, and Sweetheart. It would also make an awesome b-day gift!

And there are more!

The Bouquet Theme Pack offers the opportunity to make one large flower, several medium-sized flowers, or a garland! Flutter Flutter Theme Pack can be worked up in a large butterfly, several medium-ones, or a bright happy flower garland. As for the Spread the Love Theme Pack, there’s all kinds of lovey-dovey fun!

Americana will have you feeling patriotic, crocheting a Flag, a Patriotic Tree Wrap, or a Multitude of Festive Stars. If you need to express yourself, check out Express Yo-Self! You can make 2 medium emojis, the Ultimate Hashtag, or a speech bubble. We love the Peace Out Theme Pack, it’s very ‘London’. A large peace sign, a small peace sign + the word ‘peace’, or a striped tree cozy.

Roy G Biv is a classic, feel-good set of either a Giant Rainbow, Freeform Heart, or a Bevy of Small Hearts. Share joy! Starry Night, an ode to Van Gogh, is full of sleepy splendor. A Night Scene would be perfect for a nursery, or you can make a Large Shooting Star or a Trendy Dreamcatcher. The London Eye Theme Pack would allow you to make London’s classic eye, in three different sizes. Like below, you could even appliqué it on a garment!

Check out her line today!

It’s such a treat to feel like we’re crafting with London, and that’s just the experience her Theme Packs create! Whether you’ve admired her for ages, like we have, or you’re just meeting her now, we hope you’ll love to crochet with London like we do.

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  • Wow, do not know what I would crochet to add to my jacket. Great udea

  • I have tried in crochet size 15 mm hook and just used multiple strands held together, made a large doily that was 3 ft in diameter, and in knitting it has been as big around as a medium sized banana, I bought some of those giant novelty pencils that come out a few times a year, they are 14 inches long, not as thick as a large banana but a decent sized banana, i glued the plastic tips on over the lead part, then then used sandpaper to make them smooth all over, I used 8 strands of worsted weight rug yarn held together and made myself a floor mat 3ft x 4ft for my patio. It was fun hard on the hands and shoulders, the crochet version was hard on the wrists.I really liked both items.Have never tried the stuff made for these projects though.

  • I have tried in crochet size 15 mm hook and just used multiple strands held together, made a large doily that was 3 ft in diameter, and in knitting it has been as big around as a medium sized banana, I bought some of those giant novelty pencils that come out a few times a year, they are 14 inches long, not as thick as a large banana but a decent sized banana, i glued the plastic tips on over the lead part, then then used sandpaper to make them smooth all over, I used 8 strands of worsted weight rug yarn held together and made myself a floor mat 3ft x 4ft for my patio. It was fun hard on the hands and shoulders, the crochet version was hard on the wrists.I really liked both items.Have never tried the stuff made for these projects though.

  • I have tried in crochet size 15 mm hook and just used multiple strands held together, made a large doily that was 3 ft in diameter, and in knitting it has been as big around as a medium sized banana, I bought some of those giant novelty pencils that come out a few times a year, they are 14 inches long, not as thick as a large banana but a decent sized banana, i glued the plastic tips on over the lead part, then then used sandpaper to make them smooth all over, I used 8 strands of worsted weight rug yarn held together and made myself a floor mat 3ft x 4ft for my patio. It was fun hard on the hands and shoulders, the crochet version was hard on the wrists.I really liked both items.Have never tried the stuff made for these projects though.

  • I am so happy with this yarn. It is different from anything I have tried before. Very good price, and I like the colors.

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