Premier® Muir Woods Worsted Yarn
The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 means this yarn is great for the most sensitive skin. It has been tested and approved against 350+ harmful substances
Inspired by the breathtaking beauty of Muir Woods Park, home of the Red Wood trees, Muir Woods combines the colorful flora and fauna of the park in a very soft yarn. With a unique construction that gives the yarn a tweedy, sun-dappled appearance, and an easy machine wash & dry 100% acrylic fiber, Muir Woods will bring the beauty of nature to every stitch.
Craft comfortably knowing that this yarn is safe for everyone! It has passed the highest standard, suitable for direct contact with the most sensitive skin, even babies and small children.
- 14 colors
- 100% Acrylic
- 3.5 oz/100g, 170 yd/155m.
- #4 Medium Weight.
- Machine Wash Warm, Machine Dry.
- Crochet: 12 sts and 14 rows = 4" / 10 cm / US I-9 (5.5MM)
- Knit: 16 sts x 20 rows = 4" / 10 cm / US Size 9 (5.5 mm)
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I appreciate the variegated color combinations offered. Muir yarn is a softer yarn than the Puzzle but the colors from the two lines combine well. I started to line my afghans with fleece by crocheting a piece to the back. The Premier Puzzle and Aurora yarns have worked well for that.
I love this yarn - it is so soft and the colors are vibrant and work up beautifully. The only complaint I have about it is that it does tend to tangle pretty easily so there have been some hours of untangling. The trick I've found is not to try to pull the tail from the inside, but work from the free tail outside - keeps the tangling to a minimum. Aside from that, this is wonderful yarn and the blanket I'm making with it is going to be super soft and comfy.