Fine yarns and fun fashion yarns that we like or that we feature in our patterns.
This pack of 5 unique yarns perfect for stitching crochet openwork.
Traditional crochet lace is beautiful and was most often done with white crochet thread. That doesn't mean we have to continue just using white crochet thread today!
One of the fun ways to translate these historical techniques into contemporary looks is to experiment with alternate fibers and yarns that preserve the intricate stitch definition of crochet lace while introducing alternative textures and colors.
In Jennifer Hansen's Classic Crochet Openwork class on Craftsy, Jennifer introduces the basics of 7 different kinds of crochet lace, and features a non-traditional yarn in each lesson.
Whether you are taking the class and would like to follow along with the same yarns, or you'd just like to do your own lace experiments, this Sample Pack is a great way to try a variety of different yarns at a discounted price.
Scroll down to see the yarns and how they are featured in the class.Learn More
Soft, light and airy.
Lucci Kid Mohair is a delightful laceweight mohair yarn with a touch of nylon for strength. Knit or crochet with this yarn to reveal a lovely halo for soft-looking (and feeling!) projects.
245 yards in every ball!
Why not try holding this yarn doubled for a denser fabric?Learn More
Drapey sparkle with a halo of warmth.
Shine is your own custom blend of our lustrous Rayon and fluffy Mohair yarns. It has a beautiful stitch definition for both knit and crochet and is especially striking with open stitches and lace patterns.
We provide over 40 named color blends to help inspire you (shown at left), or flex your creativity and formulate your own custom color blend (scroll below to see individual Rayon and Mohair coloways).
Note that Rayon comes in a 400 yard cone and that the mohair comes in a 245 yard ball when ordering. To achieve the blended result, hold a strand of each yarn together when knitting or crocheting.Learn More