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Feeling Good Yarn Review

Feeling Good Yarn Review


Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor,

Talk about a silky, smooth yarn! Feeling Good Yarn from Wool and the Gang is so luscious you won't want to give it away. When the yarn is rolled into a ball (the way it's marketed), you'll just want to keep running your hands over it like you're petting a puppy. Puppies have that soft, fresh, untouched fur, which is exactly what this yarn reminds me of. I cannot wait to knit with it because I know anything made with this yarn is going to be fabulous.

Made with 70% baby alpaca, 7% merino and 23% nylon, it's no wonder this is such a soft and cozy yarn. The name itself doesn't lie; you will certainly feel good when you're working with it. Feeling Good is a highly durable yarn with volume and fluffy texture. You can make anything from simple stitches or complex textures and you'll see that it's really easy to work with. 

Because of its sheer softness, you can make roll neck sweaters, scarves, hats, snoods and so much more. Trust me, you'll want this yarn as close to you as possible. And you'll love the colors, too. You can choose from Silver Fox Grey, Seashell Beige, Northern Lights Green Stripe, Hot Punk Pink and many others. The self-stripe yarn is designed to help you knit with a positive impact. Improving your wellbeing will help with stress and anxiety, and that's exactly what using this yarn will do.

Each skein is 50 grams and 142 yards of pure bliss. If you're looking to knit the most perfectly soft knitwear, then you must get your hands on Feeling Good Yarn.

What is the softest thing you've ever knit? Comment below!

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I started ktting when I signed up for a travel nursing position in Casper, WY in the WINTER. (I'm from southern California.) I took a beginning knitting class and soon got bored. I branched out and discovered Alpaca wool. I made a beautiful lace pattern set of hat, scarf and gloves. Seven years later I still wear them (on the six days a year it is chilly enough in San Diego.)

I just started knitting, about a year so. So far the softest thing I've knitted is a pair of socks!!! I love the feel of alpaca and also sheep's wool!

Can't wait to try this "Wool and the Gang" yarn Thanks

Worsted and doubled super fine wool... baby blanket, so soft and comfy for baby....

great pattern "10 Stitch" to get rid of bits and bits of yarn....

These yarn reviews are really beneficial for those of us who have to order yarn through the internet or by mail. The review of Wool and the Gang is almost as good as having it in my hands


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