What I will do is tell you about is this yarn!
- The skeins really are massive! I'm talking about 1144 yards in each one! That's a LOT of yarn!
- There aren't any dye lots. This is always a great selling feature since there is nothing more frustrating than running out of yarn during a project and not being able to get an exact match. Although, with this much yarn/skein, you won't run out if you are using it to make hats!
- Machine washable/dryable. Nice and easy care. I could see this yarn working really well for a blankie or ami, something that a child would hang on to and need a lot washing.
-Only 16 colors. 16 isn't too bad. There are only 7 colors in the rainbow, right?! However, this line is missing grey. Grey is my go-to when it comes to mixing and matching. Not as harsh as white (which there are 3 shade of, white, cream and crystal white) and not as hard to use in dim lighting as black. There also isn't a nice green (also a go-to of mine).
-Although this yarn is soft, it does start to leave a halo when working with it. I don't mind the halo on some yarns, like Unforgettable, but in this yarn it isn't as visually appealing.
Overall, I do enjoy this yarn! Nice and soft to work with, doesn't tire my hands, easy care and no dye lots! I think that if I ever do get around to making my first afghan, I will look to this line for my yarn choices!
Now, on to the exciting part!!! My Design Wars Project!
I would like to introduce you to the Steff Slouch!