Blue is my all-time favorite color, so it’s no surprise that I fell in love with this yarn. The beautiful shifts from dark blue to purple to aqua to green to white remind me of my vacation to Alaska when I was younger. I see this yarn and I thought, “Alaska!” So I would say the name for this yarn is quite fitting.
Besides it’s perfect name, this yarn has some pretty nifty qualities. It’s hard to believe, but yes it’s true – this is 100% acrylic yarn and yet it’s so amazingly soft that it doesn’t even compare to normal acrylic yarn. Other yarn has a tendency to pill and wear down, but the Deborah Norville Collection has anti-pilling qualities which will leave your crochet projects in tact and looking wonderful. With 12 solid colors and 24 incredibly gorgeous prints, this yarn collection is perfect for a variety of projects.
Do I need to say more? Three skeins of this seriously gorgeous yarn and you’ll be set to make one amazing crochet piece!
What would you make with Cold Mountain yarn?
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