I love when my family models for me! I got the privilege of using my eldest niece this time and, wow, when I was editing photos, I realized how big she’s getting! She’s not my little niece anymore. I can’t believe how fast time goes. Part of my goal this year is to put down my hooks a little more and spend more time with my kiddos. I’ll have plenty of time when they’re older and they have lives of their own to crochet my days away! But I see it doesn’t stop at my children. I already dread the day when my niece’s are too old, and too cool, to model for me! I hope that day doesn’t come. And until then, I’ll be making more garments and accessories that they love and want to wear! But for now, check out the Knit Picks Swish Worsted Yarn Review below.
Knit Picks Swish Worsted Yarn Review
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About Knit Picks Swish Worsted
This worsted yarn by Knit Picks is perfect for this garment. Swish Worsted is soft, warm but light weight, and absolutely lovely to crochet with! This 100% Superwash Merino Wool comes in 40 amazing colors and is easy on the pocket book. Though this yarn can be used for so many projects, I can’t stress enough how soft this is against skin! I plan on making a sweater for fall in this as well and I’m sure this will become a common yarn found in my stash.
I found a pullover that I absolutely LOVED in a store. Colors weren’t me so I passed it by. I knew I would love one crocheted so I set to the task of creating something similar. Though these sleeves are shorter and I added a cowl neckline, I’m ecstatic how it turned out! Color combinations are nearly endless and though the pattern suggests 3 colors, more can be added to make the pullover truly unique.
This review is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Lion Brand. All opinions are my own. I hope you found this Knit Picks Swish Worsted Yarn Review helpful, leave a comment if you’ve used this yarn before and let me know what you think!