100% Superwash Merino Wool
Jojoland yarn is known as one of the most luxurious brands of specialty fibers available to select. Jojoland cashmere is revered for its softness, and is available in a wide choice of vibrant hues. Jojoland yarns are available in various thicknesses, ensuring those working with fibers have the materials needed for their projects. Of the lines available to select, Jojoland cashmere lace and sport weight are some of the company’s most popular. Whether you prefer knitting or crochet, Jojoland yarn has a full line of specialty fibers perfect for your project.
Crafted in fibers such as wool, silk, and cashmere, Jojoland yarns are the perfect accompaniment to any design scheme. The line also includes a number of yarns that will felt. As Jojoland cashmere is available in both lace and sport weight, it is also an excellent choice for numerous knitting and crochet projects. In addition to cashmere, Jojoland also features a line of superwash colors that are durable and will withstand multiple washings. When working with your preferred Jojoland yarn, make certain to read the manufacturer’s directions and labeling regarding washing. Some Jojoland yarns work well in the machine, such as the superwash line, while others must be hand washed. Know the best way to launder your preferred Jojoland yarn in order to achieve the best results.
When choosing the best yarn for your project, ensure you select enough yards for your pattern before you begin. There may be nothing more frustrating than working through a project and running out of yarn before completion. Always use a gauge to determine the appropriate stitch size and either hook or needles. Select the amount of yarn needed according to the gauge measurements as well. Those who neglect proper gauge run the risk of creating a project that when finished, is the wrong size. In order to ensure your finished project measures the correct size, always check your gauge. Keep in mind that though some yarns may be machine washable, they may not be dryer safe. Even if using certain yarns that are safe for the washing machine, ensure that they can go in the dryer. Most yarn projects, whether felted, knitted, or crocheted, are either machine or hand washed then laid flat to dry.
Another popular yarn to consider for a number of projects is fingering yarn. Fingering yarn is much thinner than worsted or sport weight and makes a good choice when you need a lightweight yarn. In addition to fingering yarn being thinner than several other types, you can select from Jojoland yarns that are machine washable. Machine washable fingering yarns provide many advantages and are an excellent choice for those crafting socks, baby or children’s clothing, ponchos, or shawls and want to ensure they can easily be laundered. Fingering yarn can be two or three ply and are often the preferred choice for those creating baby items. Worsted weight yarn is generally three to four times thicker than fingering yarns are. When creating fiber crafts, it is imperative to determine proper gauge and have an idea of what thickness yarn will work best for your projects.