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Lion Brand® Yarn Company
Item # 825
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Meet Amazing® Yarn!
Amazing® is Soft, warm, and lusciously lightweight, Amazing magically creates tweedy stripe patterns from the simplest of stitches, so even beginners can create dazzling designs. Stitch up stunning sweaters, accessories, and more.
Love the way it knits up with non-repeating random stripes, and the colorways are beautiful. It also goes much farther than I expected. It's only 50 grams, but it has almost 150 yards per ball, and it is lightweight, brushed yarn so it may look like DK as someone mentioned, but it knits up at 3-4.5 stitches per inch, depending on needle size. I made a gorgeous waist-length elbow-length sleeved jacket in Acadia with just 2 balls (using size 9 needles). It is light as a feather, and very warm. I liked that so much, I bought 8 skeins of Wildflower to make a full length raglan pullover (using size 8), and it looks like I am going to have 2 left over to make something else. I'm not a small person-- the jacket measures 44 at the bust and the sweater measures 42. This yarn truly earns the name Amazing!
BTW, I had no trouble raveling it down a column to pick up a dropped stitch at all, and the same with the sample I knit for gauge, but I was knitting, not crocheting.
1/9/17 By MaryAnn
Love how the colors transition in this yarn.. very subtle creating a rich patterning. Made a simple garter stitch scarf and it came out soft and beautiful. Going to try some other colors in this!
12/19/16 By Catherine
4 medium is worsted but by the yardage and weight of each ball I would say it's more like DK.
12/4/16 By Shirley
I love the colors, it's warm and only slighly itchy, and it crochets pretty quickly. But it gets 3stars because it can't really be unravelled. Since I tend to start a project more than once until I get the guage right, that is a problem. About the weighting system: a weight of 4 generally means a worsted weight yarn, and would be the equivalent of a traditional 4-stranded yarn. 1 means sock yarn, lace yarn, size 3 crochet thread, that sort of thing. 2 means baby weight (2-stranded yarn), 3 means sport weight (3-stranded yarn).
11/29/16 By Issaquah Mom
what is weight '4 medium'? Im British, we go by DK, Aran, Worsted..
11/19/16 By Anne
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