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Acrylic yarns

Acrylic yarns
Posted on 12-11-2014 by api_more2make.nl

Acrylic yarns are no longer inferior to real wool. If you can not stand tickling, but still like the "wool look", you can opt for a synthetic thread. Acrylic is also soft and suitable for all your favourite crochet and knitting projects. How about a cool sweater or a dress? But... which ball will you choose?

On Yarnplaza.com you find a lot of synthetic yarns, but we have put the finest 100% acrylic yarns for you in one blog:

Acrylic yarns Yarnplaza.com

Stylecraft Special DK
This mega popular yarn is available in more colours than you can handle. The extra long thread length makes it easy to make larger projects. Stylecraft Special DK is soft, of high quality and ideal for clothing like dresses, amigurumi and much more.

Katia Totem
A mixed acrylic yarn for some incredibly soft and comfortable clothes. Browse through the beautiful colours of Totem and get started with a beautiful scarf or shawl. What is your favourite colour?

Katia Artico
Thick and soft yarn for making a coarse col or scarf. You can choose from 20 colours. Because of the long thread, 1 skein of Artico is enough for 1 muffler. You get a free pattern, so check the possibilities!

Katia Peques
Thin yarn is good for needles 2.5-3. The soft colours and thickness of the yarn make Peques very suitable for making baby and children's clothing. This yarn does not itch and you can wash it at 40 degrees!

Katia Planet, Alaska and Canada
These are basic yarns of 100% acrylic. They have a beautiful colour variation and you can make the best of things with these skeins. Planet for needle size 4.5 - 5. Alaska needle thickness 6 - 6.5. The thickest is Canada, use this thread with needles 7-8. The Katia Canada is also available in mixed colours. For each project the right yarn!

Tell us what your favorite acrylic yarn and why. Do you choose prefer wool or do you usually synthetic?

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