Spring is in the air and that means people are putting away those super chunky and wool yarns to make way for light and breezy summer yarns. I don’t know about you but I don’t think I have ever been this excited for spring and summer projects. Our friends over at We Crochet sent me some of their spring and Summer Yarns to review and I’m so excited to share them with you. This week I’ll be doing an overview of each of the yarns I’m reviewing and each week, check back here for a more detailed, in-depth review of each of the yarns here. My hands are itching to get hooking up some dreamy spring makes so let’s get started.
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Lindy Chain is a fingering weight yarn that’s a 70% linen, 30% Pima Cotton Blend. Great for garments, bags, spring and summer accessories, Lindy Chain makes a beautiful, light-weight fabric that will get softer as you wash and wear it. Available in 26 colours. Check it out HERE.
Oh CotLin, how I love thee. CotLin is one of my favourite yarns on this list. It’s a DK weight yarn that’s a blend of 70% Tanguis Cotto, 30% Linen. I’ve been working on a garment design with this yarn and it is L-O-V-E. I’ve already done a detailed review of this yarn, including why I think it may be one of the best yarns for summer HERE. Available in 44 incredible colours HERE.
Comfy Worsted is another of my favourite yarns on this list. It’s a worsted weight 75% Pima Cotton/25% acrylic blend yarn that is oh so soft. It’s dreamy. I used this yarn to design my first garment pattern, the Comfy Spring Cardi and it is incredible next to skin. Great for garments, bags, accessories and even amigurumi. Available in 33 great colours HERE. It is also available in fingering weight HERE. Check out my detailed review of this yarn HERE.
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Shine is a very soft worsted weight yarn that’s a blend of 60% Pima Cotton and 40% Modal natural beech wood fiber. The Pima Cotton brings that great soft touch while the beech wood fiber brings along that shine, for which this yarn is named. Available in 30 different great colours HERE, this yarn can be used for a wide variety of different projects. Shine is also available in sport weight HERE.
Probably the softest yarn on this list, Snuggle Puff is an Aran/Heavy Worsted weight 70% Pima Cotton/30% Nylon roving yarn. It’s fluffy and super lightweight. I’m working on a large amigurumi design with it and it has been an absolutely joy to work with. Available in 16 different colours HERE.
Billow is a Bulky weight 100% Pima Cotton yarn that is lushiously soft. If you’re into chunky makes and you are bummed to put away those bulky winter yarns, then you’re going to love Billow. Billow has a thick and thin texture in the strand which I’m not normally a huge fan of but between the gorgeous colours and lovely softness, this yarn is calling me from my shelves to come and play. Available in 18 different beautiful colours HERE.
I really enjoyed checking out these spring and summer yarns for crocheters and I hope that I’ve introduced you to something new. If you’ve tried using these yarns, I’d love to hear what your experience was and what you made with them. Let me know in the comment section below.
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While you’re here, you may like checking out some of my other reviews:
- Muse Hand Painted Fingering Yarn
- Stroll Gradient Yarn Review
- We Crochet Palette Yarn Review
- Preciosa Tonal Worsted Weight
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