A couple of years ago, I started an afghan with this yarn and was going to use 4 colors. I bought the two shades of green and made the granny squares. But couldn't find the other two colors that I wanted. So the blocks made have just been sitting in a box waiting.\n\nThis is the second time that I have only been able to find what I need in yarn from Walmart online.\nThank you for always being there with what I need.
This yarn is a very nice and soft yarn that would be good for baby projects. The yarn is tightly twisted, but there are separated strands that can come unraveled. Not a big issue while working with it, but it is a bit different than regular yarn.
I got this yarn for a friend of mine who wanted me to make some scarves for her. I ordered it when it was $2.20 per ball, which I jumped on like a cat on a mouse. I love the softness of the yarn and the ease of crocheting it...didn't realize it was 53% wool, which was a surprise for me. I also love the variety of color selections. I always keep an eye on good buys on yarn (like a hawk), since I crochet things like afghans and scarves...I'm working on expanding my repetoire of what I crochet. I'm hoping that it will go on sale again, the next time I need to order about 8 balls of yarn.
I purchased 4 skeins of black wool in order to crochet and felt a Witch's hat. The yarn felt wonderfully soft while I crochet with it and felted beautifully in the machine.\n\nWould buy this wool again to do any felting work.