Lion Brand Yarn 860-099H Vanna's Choice Yarn, Linen
- An easy-care, silky-soft premium basic available in a range of beautiful, expertly-coordinated shades
- 100-Percent Premium Acrylic; 400, 401, 403: 92-Percent Acrylic, 8-Percent Rayon; 402: 96-Percent Acrylic, 4-Percent Rayon
- The colors for Vanna's Choice coordinate beautifully with those in the Vanna's Choice Baby line
- Machine wash; Initial water temperature should not exceed 40C or 105F; Dry Clean, any solvent; No bleach product may be used
- 4 Medium: Worsted-weight, Afghan, Aran Yarn
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An easy-care, silky-soft premium basic available in a range of beautiful, expertly-coordinated shades; 100-Percent Premium Acrylic; 400, 401, 403: 92-Percent Acrylic, 8-Percent Rayon; 402: 96-Percent Acrylic, 4-Percent Rayon; The colors for Vanna's Choice coordinate beautifully with those in the Vanna's Choice Baby line, so you can mix and match yarns with picture-perfect results; Machine wash; Initial water temperature should not exceed 40C or 105F; Dry Clean, any solvent; No bleach product may be used; A machine dryer may be regularly used at the hottest available temperature setting; Weight Category: 4 Medium: Worsted-weight, Afghan, Aran Yarn; Solids: 3-1/2-Ounce (100 g), 170 yards (156 m); Prints, Tweeds, & Heathers: 3-Ounces (85 g), 145 yards (133 m); Each skein measures approximately 8 by 3 by 3-Inch.
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Yarn 101: How to Choose the Right Yarn for Your Project
Yarn is perhaps the most essential component of knitting and crocheting–so how do you know which one is right for your special project?
Here are some quick and easy tips to get you started:
The fiber content of the yarn that's right for your project will likely be determined by its end use. Wool and silk yarns are great for warmth–think sweaters, scarves and blankets. Use cotton yarns for durability–great for fashion accessories, window treatments, and home décor accents.
A good rule of thumb is the more ornate the yarn, the simpler your project’s pattern or shape should be. Novelty yarns like boucle, marled, or variegated are perfect for shawls and blankets whereas more classic, plain varieties like smooth plied yarn are great for more stitching techniques.
Categorized by the thickness of the thread, yarn weights range from 0 to 7 or “lace” to “jumbo”. Use lighter weights (0-2) for socks and delicate baby apparel. Medium weights (3-4) are great for sweaters, scarves and light outerwear. Heavier weights (5-7) for best suited for blankets and rugs.