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Work it in Wool-Ease: 7 Designs to Knit and Crochet

wool ease

Wool-Ease® is one of those go-to yarns that you can reach for again and again over the years. Weighing in at a CYC #4 (i.e medium or worsted weight) makes it perhaps the most versatile size yarn. Add in the benefit of easy care (machine wash and dry) and you have a yarn suitable for accessories and garments for the entire family.

The fiber detail is slightly different across the different style of Wool-Ease®, as you can see below.
Solids, Heather, and Twist: 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool
Sprinkles, Wheat, Mushroom, and Rainbow Mist: 86% Acrylic, 10% Wool, 4% Other
Glitter/Multi: 78% Acrylic, 19% Wool, 3% Other
Frosts: 70% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 10% Polyamide
Prints: 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool

The following is a list of 7 designs to get you knitting and/or crocheting with this timeless yarn-stash staple.


Theory of Light (crochet kit)

Skill Level: Level 3 (Intermediate)

This blanket was designed by Two of Wands using Wool-Ease® yarn.


Classic Stripe Blanket Sweater (knit kit)

Skill Level: Level 2 (Easy Beginner +)

Cozy up in this blanket sweater using Wool-Ease® in Fisherman and Black. Designed by Mama in a Stitch.


Urban Cabled Poncho (crochet kit)

crochet cables

Skill Level: Level 3 (Intermediate)

These gorgeous cables are crocheted! Jennifer, aka A Crocheted Simplicity, designed this poncho using Wool-Ease® in the Fisherman colorway.


Entrelac Cowl (knit)

entrelac cowl

Skill Level:  Level 5 (Experienced)

Use the entrelac technique and 3 shades of Wool-Ease to create a basket weave effect for a cozy cowl.


Acorn Shrug (crochet)

Skill Level: Level 2 (Easy, Beginner+)

Cozy and classy, this open front shrug will become a wardrobe staple.


Hanna Cowl (knit)

fairisle

Skill Level: Level 5 (Experienced)

This pretty fairisle cowl pairs simple color patterns with a muted palette of 4 colors. Shown in Aloe, Clove, Blossom, and Pumpkin.


Tree of Life Afghan (crochet)

Skill Level: Level 5 (Experienced)

The Tree of Life afghan has become a Lion Brand favorite. Not a project for the faint of heart, but worth every bit of effort!


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  • https://sizzlestitch.com/ Hannah

    <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}-->wow what comprehensive post. Each and every design is awesome. My vote goes to Tree of Life Afghan, I cant wait enough to crochet this but might be able to start it in few weeks from now because of the current assignments. Thanks tons for sharing this post.