I usually love all the interesting yarns that Nobleknits shares with us. This one was disappointing, the tea rose was a "coffee" color altho on my computer it had a pinkish tint. The scarf is no challenge at all to knit so i made it in a few hours, it is very very long and one might want to use less yarn to make it less "cumbersome". i see the review about using some of the yarn to trim items and i like that idea. I made it for a gift and hope the color does not put the woman off!
Ruffle Yarn: Berroco Lacey Yarn
Ruffle yarns have gone to another level with Berroco Lacey! This wide ribbon yarn allows you to knit or crochet beautiful lace ruffles. A scarf uses just one ball of Lacey. A free pattern is posted below. Want to know how to knit or crochet with Lacey? Watch a How-to Knit/Crochet with Lacey Video
- 60% Acrylic, 25% Wool, 15% Nylon
- 100 gram hank, approximately 29 yards
- Knit: Use size US 7 needles
- Crochet: Size 6/G 4.0mm crochet hook
- Hand wash cool water. Lay flat to dry.
I've made three scarves, one in tea rose, true red and linen. They have a vintage lace quality about them. I'm in the process of making fingerless gloves from coordinating plain yarn and plan to use some of the ruffle yarn to "cuff" the gloves. Once I got used to working with the yarn, I loved it.
I had part of the yarn was ripped so I had to work around it.
I made a scarf from this yarn and it turn out just beautifully. My Aunt has placed claims on this scarf.
I love this lacey yarn - I crochet mine and get two scarves from each skein. I am working on a red one now.
Not one of my favorites! Am allergic to wool and did not notice the wool content when I ordered....was just looking at the product!