A Polka Dot Sheep Favorite

February 4, 2012 at 11:33 am Leave a comment

A Rainbow of Berroco Yarns

It is no secret that Berroco yarns are favorites at the Polkadotsheep. With fabulous pattern support, Berroco is a yarn company that has a yarn and a color for every knitter. Check out all our Berroco yarns!

Yarns in the Rainbow picture:

Red – Vintage, fabulous acrylic wool blend that works in any pattern that calls for a plied worsted weight yarn

Orange – Campus, a blend of fibers in this slightly rustic yarn that looks great knit up into sweaters

Yellow – Remix, a 100% recycled yarn with a tweed look

Green – Sox Metallic, superwash wool nylon blend sock yarn with fun metallic highlights as well as striping.

Blue – Ultra Alpaca Tonal, a beautiful tonal dyed version of the always popular and versatile Ultra Alpaca

Purple – Nanuk, a very cool yarn that knits up into a sherpa like texture, very cozy.

A little something else that comes in a rainbow..

Knitter's Pride Dreamz Crochet Hooks

These crochet hooks are color coded by size and made of wood. Lovely tools always make your crocheting or knitting more pleasureful. Paired with a Berroco yarn, it could be a great day.

Happy knitting and crocheting!

~Angela

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