Lion Brand Yarn 826-215 Scarfie Yarn, Cream/Teal
- Scarfie is a soft and lofty wool blend yarn with enough yardage to knit or Crochet a full length scarf
- While working with scarified, you'll see a unique self-striping hombre effect emerge, with gradual shading from one color to the next
- The hombre pattern is a sophisticated and tonal blend of solid and feathered hues
- Scarfie is great for stylish garments, Accessories and afghans
- 78Percent Acrylic, 22Percent wool; machine wash & lay flat to dry
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Scarified is a soft and lofty wool blend yarn with enough yardage to knit or crochet a full length scarf. While working with scarified, you'll see a unique self-striping hombre effect emerge, with gradual shading from one color to the next. The hombre pattern is a sophisticated and tonal blend of solid and feathered hues. Scarified is great for stylish garments, accessories and afghans.
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I went Scarfie crazy this season and made 4 scarves for friends with a fifth in progress (all different colors).
First, the not so great: the color selection is small and I don't love the available blends. The ones I did love were unavailable everywhere. I'd love to see this come back in another season with expanded color selection. The spin quality is so-so; it is a little uneven with some tightly spun sections and others that are fluffy and bulky, and it likes to drop a fair amount of fiber. I noticed that the spin quality was inconsistent from skein to skein and don't know whether this had more to do with the colors or the lots.
That said, it's a good value for the money, especially if you're making multiple scarves for gifts or sale. Even $10 full price is fair, because this really is enough to crochet or knit a whole scarf, depending on the stitch used. An openwork crochet stitch resulted in a very long scarf for me, and I found with a bulky stitch it's enough for a good-sized cowl. It's not difficult to create this ombre effect or to switch out yarn to do it yourself, but it's very convenient to have it all in one appropriately-sized skein. The wool content is high enough to make this feel soft and not like plastic, but low enough that it's still machine washable and dryable, which is great for the non-fiber artists of the world. I'm glad that the people wearing these scarves can treat them like any piece of clothing without worrying that they'll mess them up.
The yarn is a simple twist of two fibers. It ombres back and forth between two colors and gives a really pleasing look to the finished projects.
I found that the yarn as generally bulky but sometimes the twists were off and I ended up with a thin/thick yarn that varied between a 3 and a 5.
I had one skein (out of the six I have purchased so far) that had a knot that changed colors abruptly and then, oddly, a place where the yarn was simply cut and not knotted. I was able to piece the yarn in properly as I had three skeins of it but had it been a one skein project, it would have ended up not looking as well as I would have hoped. That was enough for me to knock a star out of my review.
I am already planning several more projects using this yarn. It has a nice hand feel and is long enough to complete a wide variety of scarf and cowl projects with one skein.