Yarn Weight: 4-Medium (Aran)
Yarn Ball Weight: 3.5 oz. / 100 g. (Sparkle & Prints: 3 oz. / 85 g)
Yarn Ball Length: 92 yard / 85 m (Sparkle & Prints: 78 yard / 71 m)
Knitting Tension: 18 sts - 24 rows = 4” (10 cm)
Crochet Tension: 14 sc - 13 rows = 4” (10 cm)
Suggested Needle: 5 mm, US - 8
Suggested Crochet Hook: 5.5 mm, US - I/9
Content: 100% Polyester (French: 100% Polyester)
Kind of weird
Very difficult to crochet with but the end result is cool. The fabric you get has a strange weight. I kind of like it.
This is my first time working with scrubby yarn. I had quite a bit of cotton yarn left from an old project and decided to knit it up into wash cloths. While looking for ideas for fancier cloths, I heard of scrubby so purchased some. It knits very well in tandem with the cotton yarn. So far I've made one cloth for dishes and one for use in the shower. Scrubby is an amazing defoliation fabric. As a kitchen scrubber it is not as harsh as steel wool so is great for any glass and ceramic surfaces. With the variegated colors in the scrubby yarn, the cloths do not look immediately grubby.
Love the bright yellow
I make scrubby pads with strand of scrubby and strand of ombre cotton, and this yellow is the sunniest mix of colour, so pretty. I am a lover of scrubby yarns and of course this is no exception. People can't get enough of these cloths. The colours available int he scrubby yarns take the ombre to a whole new level. Lots of fun.
Works great on pots and pans
Scrubby yarn works so well on pots and pans and this color looks great. It is also easy to knit with. I do wish I could find the color "Jolly", these are such great scrubbies I can't make enough of them and plan on giving them as gifts