Sheep(ish) Yarn By Vickie Howell

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Sheep(ish) Yarn By Vickie Howell

Robin Egg(ish) - 3 oz/137 yds - Medium Weight #4 - 70% Acrylic, 30% Wool - View Complete Details

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Sheep(ish) Yarn By Vickie Howell - VICKIE HOWELL-Sheep(ish) Yarn. This medium weight yarn roving yarn is made of super soft acrylic and wool. The perfect twist level, along with the use of the acrylic blend, gives a luster and silky hand you normally find only in yarns containing merino or other luxury fibers. The fullness and drape will create a richness in all your projects. Weight category: 4. Made of 70% acrylic/30% wool. Putup: 3oz/85g, 167yd/152.7m. Recommended knitting needles size US8/5mm. Recommended crochet hook size H8/5mm. Dyelotted: We try but are not always able to match dyelots. Care: machine wash cold, dry flat, do not bleach, do not iron, dry clean with P solvents only. Imported.

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The Bernat Sheep(ish) yarn


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Comments about Sheep(ish) Yarn By Vickie Howell:

The Sheep(ish) yarn has a firm but soft texture that is wonderful to work with. A mixed blend of 30% wool/70% acryclic makes it ideal for sweaters, stocking caps, baby blankets and clothing, pet blankets or sweater. The yarn glides comfortably through your fingers and feels like lanolin as it passes over. the only issue I've experienced with this yarn is it's tendency to split the yarn if you use a sharp pointed needle. A rounded needle point is better but so far, wooden needles worked best, as the stitches won't slide off the needles like they do with a Quicksilver needle. I love this yarn and have knit many women's sweaters and stocking caps with it, favoring a slip-stitch, mosaic patterning. Beautiful results.

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