The look of this yarn has seduced me more than once...but crocheting with it quickly reminds me why it's best left in the ball. It's much rougher on the hands than I expected, with a mostly super thick texture that thins out from time to to time. Worked up, it loses its natural sheen and just goes limp and flat.
If I were to crochet a tuffet for the royal baby, this yarn would be my top choice. Truly soft, nothing scratchy, light and lofty, and just perfectly saturated with color. Love the chainette construction.
The vibrant colors drew me in, and for that, I was richly rewarded. There are no words other than wow. That said, this was not my yarn, and I ended up selling it. The rough boucle like texture is not ideal for my style of crocheting. Working with it hurt, and frogging it was nearly impossible. I've seen it finished and obviously, it works for many others.
Although I am not a fan of Justin Bieber or his very bad haircut, I am swooning with pleasure over this most delicious sport/DK yarn. It's bouncy. The colors are vibrant and clear, although the burgundy on my iPad screen is really more of a grape...but that's a good thing. I hope this goes permanent. It is probably the happiest yarn I've ever splurged on.
Squishy, not quite soft, but with nice give and not overwhelming variations in texture, this is my go-to yarn for gorgeous winter hats. The colors complement each other beautifully. I just ordered more...yay!
This is my all time favorite yarn to crochet with...it has a light, soft texture, it has a wonderful springiness, and stitch definition is excellent. It doesn't have a lot of sheen, but the feel is pure luxury. Used it as one of the main yarns in a blanket for my father, and my mom knew it immediately. Turns out it is one of her fave yarns too. What are the odds?