Types of yarn
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featured photo by Jake | KENYARN / instagram.com (@isthatkenyarn) ◉ Yarn weight categories tell us how thick a yarn is. There are 8 main categories, which contain different types of yarn. Take a look at the chart below. You will find all the informations about yarn weight symbols there, as well as types of yarn, estimated crochet gauge and recommended hook for every category. Pin it to save for later! this chart is based directly on official informations provided by The Craft Yarn Council…
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Yarn Types - Learn everything you need to know about the different types of yarns available and what fibres are best for your projects.
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This post is a part of my "How to Knit" series that is aimed at teaching beginner knitters the basics of knitting. Click here to view the other posts in this series. In this post I will provide a brief overview of the different yarn types and weights. Let's start with the most common ya
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How to substitute yarn in a knitting pattern. Learn about the different types of yarn you can use for various projects and what to look for when you want to substitute. #yarn #yarnsubstitute #knitting #knittingpatterns
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Lisa teaches the proper terms for 12 different yarn ball types, how to knit with them and how to hand-wind a ball of yarn.
This Types of Yarn Infographic is chock full of information for any yarn crafter. For your next project, should you use natural fiber yarn or synthetic? What's the difference between cashmere and mohair? How do they make acrylic yarn? Find out all the answers to your questions and more with this infographic.<br /> <br /> This helpful format allows you to download and keep on your computer or print so that you have it whenever you need it. Learn about these types of yarn for crochet and never…
If you have spent any time shopping online for crochet yarn or walking the aisles of a yarn store, you are fully aware of the vast array of yarn choices available. In this article, we'll
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Have you been caught out yarn shopping and suddenly realize you don't know how much yarn you need for a project? Not any more! Print out this handy reference sheet from Lion Brand yarn and always know how much yarn you'll need!
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When choosing your next project, the choices can be overwhelming. Once you've decided on your next project, your next step is to decide on the type of yarn you want to use. For intricate lace-work or doilies, use lace weight yarn. For bigger projects, you can start using light weight yarn. For chunky sweaters and blankets, you'll need the super bulky yarn. To help, we have a handy infographic for you to use that breaks down the different yarn weights: lace, sport, worsted, aran and chunky…
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