This yarn is specially made to have all the qualities you mention..tied together
knots, hanging strands...etc. I suggest you give "wild Stuff" by Prism yarns a peek. I think you may find 10.99 is a real steal compaired to $92 for one of the most beautiful yarns of this type. Most manuf. are now creating one if not more of this fun stuff!! Look at Trendsetter. It's REALLY fun to use and the results are AMAZING!!
I really love this bag---go Auntie Anne! I don't think it was made to be an object d'art....just a fun nice sized little bag made from, if I'm not mistaken, old sheets and pillowcases! Mine has perfectly straight stitching, NO hole and the string tie adds to the ambience!!
Misty yarn is so incredibly soft, when it came I just wanted to hold it an squeeze. This is not a joke, true story: My cats are always at hand and one of them just chomped right into the middle of the skein and held on, then did it again...no pulling or playing...just holding it. ???? Now THERE'S an endorsement!
Too bad this color has been discontinued. It has some wonderful browns in it and is pretty mellow. I'm using it for a sweater-vest for my son. Tosh Vintage is an easily workable yarn with good body to it. There are so many colorways to Tosh yarns, it really is amazing. If you can't find one to your liking, you're probably not looking hard enough!
I've switched from Lantern Moon even though there are a few left on sale, to these finely-made needles. They're pretty, and easy to keep track of sizes since they are color-coded. They aren't rosewood or ebony with that amazing LM finish, but they are affordable and pretty Dreamy!
Jenny Watson patterns are among some of my very favoritesand I fell in love with #3,the oversized Nobori jacket in the pictured colorway jazzy #5! Jenny's slipever pattern will be excellent for my 28 yr old daughter who unlike her mother, weighs 95# and can really can pull this off!