Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()
Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy -  ()

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Stacy Charles Fine Yarns Ziggy

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  • Fiber Content: 50% Viscose/30% Wool/20% Nylon
  • Weight: Super Bulky
  • Gauge: 2 sts = 1" on US 13
  • Weight/Yardage: 50g/60yd
  • Care: Hand Wash, Dry Flat
  • Country Of Origin: Made in Italy

This is one of the truly fun, inventive new novelty yarns of this season. Ziggy is a two track railroad with a multi-colored roadway zig-zagging between the rails. The road has a soft filler that adds stability. The result is a funky knit fabric, plus it makes some of the most awesome fringe weve seen in awhile. Made in Italy.

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3.0

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2.0

Cannot recommend

By Love to knit

from NC

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Hides Mistakes
  • Knits Quickly

Cons

  • Imperfections

Best Uses

  • Scarves

Comments about "" Ziggy:

This yarn had large sections of imperfections that needed to be cut out Too bad because the yarn is unusual and very pretty.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very cool

By Barb

from Las Vegas, NV

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Pros

  • Hides Mistakes
  • Knits Quickly
  • Nice Texture

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hats
    • Scarves

    Comments about "" Ziggy:

    I generally do not like novelty yarns. But I took a chance on this one for some reason, and am really glad I did. It knits up (garter stitch) into plush fabric with loads of texture and a lovely mix of colors. I was afraid the yarn would split or be hard to manage but it was very well behaved. I made a scarf as the first project, and I am back for more to make a very simple vest.

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    • No

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