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Was very very pleasedFirst off in order to make a baby blanket I used one and a half full sized balls of yarn. I know that is a question many of you have but is not often answered on here.I made this yarn as baby blanket for my friends baby shower and it was a huge success everyone wanted to touch it and hold it and snuggle it.The yarn is beautiful. It's very soft. Thick and does seem like it will hold up well and be easy to wash ( super delicate) or spot clean which is good for babies and kids.The only real fault with the yarn was that there were places were the yarn had broken and been knotted back together which did create little bumps - didn't seem like it would rip or was in danger of coming undone but it just didn't always look so pretty.I do also highly recommended a simple pattern very complex lacy patterns don't really show up in the yarn but seed stitch or a hybrid of knit stitch and a few rows of a yarn over based lace pattern do look beautiful and make it all the more fun for kids to snuggle.
4Easiest yarn to work withThis is by far the best yarn I've ever worked with! It's so thick and soft. I first used this a year ago when I was pregnant with my son and since then this is the only yarn I work with. Other baby yarn sheds A LOT which is awful when your baby likes chewing on fabric. This is perfect because it doesn't shed, doesn't stretch out, and doesn't tear or unravel. I just made another baby blanket for my pregnant sister using lilac dove. I used baby lilac on the border and the lilac is a bit different than in the lilac dove but it doesn't make it look weird at all. I typically use an 8 mm hook and do either a single or double crochet (depending on the desired breathability). Single crochet makes it super heavy and warm where double crochet I use when I want to make a blanket to keep in my son's crib. The double crochet makes it so that if the blanket covers his face he can still easily breathe. Also with this being so thick there isn't a way where it can compress enough to get around his neck and strangle him so I feel safe having this in his crib with him. For baby blankets I use three big ball skeins and it makes a blanket roughly 47" x 47" using single crochet. I made a crib blanket using double crochet that is 19" x 22" and used less than one big ball and made a car seat blanket using one big ball. This yarn goes a long way.
5Loooove this yarnI love this yarn. I have included a pic of one of my baby blankets made with this yarn. Took 2 of the big balls using a N crochet hook.
52/3 balls were perfect, but...I was absolutely in love with this yarn when I recieved the first ball, it was plush, soft, puffy, everything I wanted so I ordered a second ball. The second ball seemed like the yarn had been flattened. It was still soft, but you can see in the pictures it just wasn't the same as the 1st ball. Color was a tad off, definitely not as plush and feels thinner in hand. I've ordered different colors (making a blanket for a co worker's baby) and that one was the same quality as the 1st ball. Hoping the 2nd ball for her blanket will be the same standard.
3Soft, plush yarn, but some skeins have way too many knotsI ordered several of these, and most were great, soft, squishy, plush, but 2 had a lot of knots and joins. One of those two is unusable, I had 6 joins (and ugly knots) in the first quarter of the skein. Unfortunately it was too late to return and replace. You might be better off balling these as soon as you get them so you can evaluate the number of joins and replace if necessary.
3Loved this yarn for baby blanketThis yarn is very soft and very thick.I bought one skein at local fabric store but didn't get enough to finish baby blanket. I was working too far from the store to go back and buy another so I ordered online. I was nervous about I being a different lot number and the colors not matching. But they matched perfectly, exactly what I wanted. I also bought a small dove grey skein to create a border. The label wasn't clear how many skeins I needed for a project, almost like there was some printing missing. It also wasn't clear what colors were included, so I winged it to match the dove grey. Luckily I picked out the right one and my friend loved the blanket. I'd buy this again.
5Love this yarn...I used this yarn to make a baby blanket for a friend who is expecting. This yarn is very easy to work with, soft and light weight. I used 2 colors to make the blanket shown in the photos. The taupe color was used to make the marching elephants border around the edge. I have another baby blanket to make very soon, and there is no other choice for me except the Bernat Baby Blanket Big Ball yarn. The project came together quickly and I was very pleased with the results. Give it a try..... you will be hooked as well!
5I love all of Bernat's blanket yarnI love all of Bernat's blanket yarn, and the baby yarn. I've knitted blankets and (winter) dresses with it.I also think this is a good yarn if you like to do bigger projects, but don't have patience set to 100%... I can knit a dress for my toddler in just a few hours. Or if you like soft materials that don't feel scratchy on your fingers.I like to use thicker knitting needles than recommended for airier products, especially for winter clothing. The bigger all the "holes" are, the more room for air to heat up between your body and your winter jacket or coat.There's a few knots here and there, but doesn't seem to be any more than other yarns I've used, and they're tied hard, and I haven't had anything unravel so far.I'd love these yarns in a thinner version as well.
5Way too hard to work withI bought this yarn to crochet a baby blanket. I really wish I hadn't. I'm not the best at crocheting, but I've been doing it off an on since I was a child. That said, I cannot work with this yarn. It's terrible. I tried with different size hooks, but nothing changed how much of a pain this stuff is. I have to find another use for the large amount of yarn I bought.The other problem was, I bought one large ball and two small balls thinking they would be the same color (probably my fault), but the large ball is baby lilac and the small are just lilac. They are close, but definitely not the same color.
2Check dye lot numbers!!!!!I purchased three skeins of this yarn. Besides it not being enough to finish my project (my fault), in the light of day, the last skein is considerably lighter in color than the other two. Again, my fault for not checking dye lots. Assuming, wrongly, that the dye lots would be consistent in one order. So, buyer beware! And check your dye lots upon arrival! I will not order yarn online ever again! This was to be a blanket for my first grandchild -- unfortunately, I am starting again with yarn I bought at a store.
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