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Red Heart’s Filligree Yarn is Great!


Hello I’m Mary Kathryn [3] from Crochet Chiq and I am extremely excited to share Red Heart’s [4] newest yarn Filligree! Have you noticed a trend in knit and crochet designs lately? There seems to be more free form and non-symmetrical pieces. I love the use of non typical yarn as yarn! Red Heart’s Boutique line has some awesome yarns.

My all time favorite being Changes [5] because it has 6 different textures in one ball and Rigoletto [6] because it swirls and you can crochet a darling scarf in less than 10 minutes!!! However, today I want to go into detail about Filigree. I haven’t seen one like this before and the ideas coming to my mind on how to use this are endless. Check out this quick video vlog [7] to see a few of the ideas I had. Regardless of the yarn don’t be held back by the suggested hook or needle size, have fun and experiment! It is however, a good idea to use the suggested size first.

The first photo I want to share with you is what this yarn looks like when you chain it with a very large hook (Q or larger) and is just a simple chain but I love the way it looks and think it makes a great necklace as is or would be great for purse handles on a ruffle style bag!

filigree-chains [3]

The second photo shows how I made blooms using G Hook . Basically I chained in the ladder skipping random amounts of spaces, and then wrapped it around and took a piece of yarn to sew it together. Red Heart has an extremely cute Shawl [8] and I love the idea of crocheting in both ends!

filigree-bloom [3]


What do you think about this yarn? Does it excite you, or is it not your cup of tea?

Comment below! If you liked this blog post check out my site [9]  for more yarny goodness!

And now that you know a little bit about this yarn you can make the Chiq Crochet Filigree Scarf [10]!