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  • Getting to Know Baby Soft Yarn

    Baby Soft yarn and the Short and Sweet Child's Cardigan in progress.

    Baby Soft comes in 26 colors (solids and prints) geared toward tiny humans. The yarn is soft and easy to care for, which covers the two primary concerns when making for babies and kids. At a CYC #3 / DK weight, Baby Soft easily works up into stitches sized perfectly for newborns through kids garments. Of course, it will also work up into lovely adult-sized items in a Spring/Summer palette as well.

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  • Jeans Yarn: Let's Get Reacquainted

    jeans yarn

    Always In Style, Always The Right Fit

    Like a good pair of jeans, this yarn has you covered on keeping in style. And unlike the old pair of pants languishing in your closet, Jeans® yarn will always be the perfect fit.

    Jeans® works up at a #4 worsted weight bringing versatility to the "what should I make?" conversation. You can browse patterns and kits on to find your perfect pairing. Garments, blankets, kids items, and accessories are all a perfect fit for Jeans®.

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  • Knitting All Year With New Basic Yarn

    Often when people mention knitting or crocheting they think of cold weather and snuggling up with a hot cup of coffee (or tea if that’s your thing). However, there are those diehard fans that understand yarn crafting knows no seasonal bounds. So what if it’s 80 degrees and rising outside? My obsession with knitting hasn’t melted. (Even if I feel like I’m going to.) If this sounds like you then you’re probably always on the lookout for yarns that can take you through the seasons. New Basic 175 is such a yarn. This lofty 75% acrylic / 25% wool is light yet warm and looks beautiful in cables, lace, or plain stockinette and garter. This means you can create pieces that don’t look like they’re stuck in one season.

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