Yarn was provided by Kraemer Yarns.
The Yarn : Kraemer Yarns’ Perfection Worsted
Colorways pictured: Cobalt & Daisy
Skein details: ~200 yd / 3.5 oz (100g) skeins / 30% U.S. Merino Wool / 70% Acrylic
Knitting needles: US 8, 5 mm / 14 sts & 20 rows over 4 inches (10 cm)
Crochet hook: US I-9, 5.5 mm / 15 sc & 18 rows over 4 inches (10 cm)
Cons: It’s still 70% acrylic, although that very much helps make the yarn more affordable and easier to launder.
Pros: Perfection Worsted is an all-purpose yarn available in over 70 colors. If you are looking for a yarn that’s budget-friendly but still contains real wool, Perfection is a great pick for so many projects!
Pattern Ideas: Since this is a worsted weight acrylic blend yarn, I’d be remiss not to suggest the Intarsia Mountain knitting pattern, which was designed with exactly this sort of yarn in mind! Crocheters could definitely give my Granny Throw Pillows a try with Perfection too.
Enter the Giveaway
Intrigued? Enter to win two skeins of Perfection Worsted (one skein cobalt & one skein Daisy, the pictured colors). If you’re on mobile, you’ll need to click a button that takes you to the entry page. If you’re on the desktop site, you’re all good to go right here! Open to US only.