James C. Brett Marble Chunky Yarn


James C. Brett Marble Chunky Yarn

Chunky Marble YarnJames C. Brett Marble Chunky Yarn
Gifted by: Love Knitting
Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor, AllFreeKnitting.com

Upon arrival I see a beautifully packaged skein of yarn in a cream-colored sheer bag with a ribbon pull string. I can tell the yarn is going to be just as beautiful, but I didn't even want to take it out of the bag. I quickly got over that and pulled out the skein of James C. Brett Marble Chunky Yarn and Oh, My! This yarn is super soft to the touch and makes me want to just roll around in it. The first thing that came to mind while squishing it was a big, bulky sweater. This yarn is perfect for those cold winter months.

James C. Brett Marble Chunky Yarn is 200g of 100% acrylic. It is machine washable, but clearly states you should not use chlorine bleach. This yarn that caught my eye is in a stunning green and blue variegated color that reminds me of the ocean, combined with a waterfall and forest. It comes in other variegated colors like burnt orange and teal, different shades of pink, purple and gray, and multi-color, just to name a few. This yarn knits to most chunky patterns and is really easy to work with.

There are so many possibilities and knitting patterns you can make with this chunky yarn. From hats and scarves, to blankets and sweaters, you will easily find something that pleases you. This yarn will keep you warm and cozy all winter long. Best of all, the chunkiness is great for those just learning how to knit; this is a great beginner yarn.

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I have to make a comment about this yarn I've been using it for crochet patterns for years and it is FABULOUS You won't regret using it for crocheting My concern is for those who knit since I have seen swatches on display in my local store and honestly WOULD NOT BUY THIS YARN if my work turned out like their knitted examples WHY This is a Z-twist yarn which is great for crochet as opposed to S-twist which is great for knitting Something happens to yarn when you knit with Z and crochet with S I didn't KNOW that until I first crocheted with Z twist I have crocheted the same item with both yarn types and the results are truly different I haven't knitted years so I haven't done that test I would be interested in knowing what others have experienced knitting and crocheting this particular yarn I reallyRead More would like to see someone post online comparisons


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