Knit through top edge of each open box to create RUFFLES! Chacha Join Instructions: Open up hank and put on a secure surface or a yarn swift. Wrap yarn around the label, keeping yarn flat so ribbon is not folded or twisted. Read the full description...
Cha Cha yarn should be wound around a cone like ribbons are sold. It would make the process so much easier. We have worked out a way to wind the yarn but it takes time to do and the manufacturer could make the process much easier for the knitter. The yarn needs to be straight when knitting. It turns easily and makes the knitters job difficult. I do like the yarn a lot- but if my husband had not simplified the balling of the yarn I would not have been able to knit the scarves I have knit.
I am a new knitter and have just completed a scarf by knitting a cotton (ecru color) yarn with the ecru cha-cha yarn. I put a row of the cha cha about every 4" and it turned out so cute.
I have had so many compliments on my scarf and it was actually very easy to knit.
TIP: If you're a beginner, do not open this hank without a trained professional beside you. I guess one has to already know how to deal with a hank of wide yarn before buying this one. I laid it out on a flat surface, but once I cut the cords separating the parts and tried to start wrapping the end around the label like the instructions said, it all fell together and now it's just a mess. My local yarn shop isn't that friendly, so I guess I'll just run in there, drop it as a donation, and leave before they realize what hit them. I gave the yarn a three star rating because it's beautiful and soft, but I can't use it and I'm really frustrated.