Red Heart’s Unforgettable is made of 100% Acrylic and available in a wide variety of amazing colours. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low heat.
Yarn Weight: 4 - Medium (Worsted)
Yarn Ball Weight: 3.5 oz. / 100 g
Yarn Ball Length: 270 yard / 247 m
Knitting Tension: 19 stitches x 24 rows = 4” x 4” (10 cm x 10 cm)
Crochet Tension: 15 sc x 18 rows = 4” x 4” (10 cm x 10 cm)
Suggested Needle: US 8 (5 mm)
Suggested Crochet Hook: J-10 (6 mm)
Content: 100% Acrylic (French: 100% Acrylique)
I crocheted a poncho for my petite 20 year old step granddaughter. I loved crocheting with this yarn. I love the feel and look and also the lightness of this yarn for the poncho. It drapes really nicely. My step granddaughter loves it
I used this yarn for crocheting a poncho for my step granddaughter. It drapes well, it is not heavy for her ….she is a petite 20 year old. This yarn was an excellent choice for this. I love the way it looks and feels and so does she!
Lovely and soft to work with, lovely colours- the photo doesn't do it justice. Yarn does vary in thickness in places. I actually cut a big blob out and rejoined the ends.
Lovely colours and feels soft , like 100% natural fibre
Loved this colourway the best! (I bought 5 different ones.) In dc the various jewel tones show to dramatic effect and colour changes are clear and pleasing. I have crocheted a shawl with a 5mm hook and a cardi with a 6mm hook. Both drape well and the colourway works for simple dc stitches as well as shells and chains. Now it's hard to go back to solid colour yarns:)
I’m using the yarn to make a Radius Shawl in Tunisian Crochet simple stitch. It’s slow going but will be lovely when completed. It’s fairly dense with a lovely halo. I started it and was on the second ball when I decide it was too short so I doubled the stitches from 60 to 120. I’ll post a picture when it’s completed.
The of the stained glass colourway are vibrant.
The yarn changes colours beautifully and gradually. However it’s twisted quite loosely and so it can be difficult to work with. I found that frogging it a few times would make the yarn become very fuzzy.
The colour gradient is amazing. However, the yarn is fragile and gets caught on itself easily, so be careful.