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Cygnet release glittery new chunky yarn

Category:
News
Author:
Amy Adams
13 Oct 2014
Cygnet release glittery new chunky yarn

Learn all about the newest chunky winter yarn from Cygnet!

The start of the autumn/winter season is undoubtedly one of our favourite times of year here at Let’s Knit. There are so many gorgeous new yarns to choose from, and after the long hot months of summer, it’s a joy to start dreaming up all of the hats, scarves and wristwarmers we’ll be knitting and wearing this season.

It’s no wonder that chunky yarns are getting more and more popular all the time. For beginners, the large needles and chunky stitches are a great place to start. For excitable pattern addicts like ourselves, anything chunky is a good sign – we can knit it up quickly and get three new hats in the time we might normally make one!

That’s why we were excited to see Cygnet’s sparkly new Chunky Gems yarn. It’s available in nine bold shades, all of which are machine-washable with a subtle sparkle making them that extra bit special. Plus, the 99% acrylic fibre makes it perfect for kids who love rolling around in the snow, or well-loved toys to be opened on Christmas morning.

Best of all, one 100g ball of yarn costs just £2.50 from www.knitnottingham.co.uk What a bargain!

Find out more about Cygnet at www.cygnetyarns.com

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