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I love, love, love Yarn Bee Sugarwheel Cotton yarn!! I love the colorways, the color changes, and the texture of this yarn. I have so many good things to say about this yarn, it’s difficult to find much I dislike about it. The names they have for the colors are all baking related. I enjoy baking, so I that was really cute and fun.
- 100% Cotton
- Weight – 4/worsted
- Recommended Needles – 4mm
- Recommended Hook – 4.5mm
- Weighs in at 5oz
- Yardage – 335 yards
This yarn has the silky, soft and smooth texture very similar I Love This Cotton. I have previously reviewed Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton, and you can find that review here. The two yarns are very similar, They are both soft and silky in texture, softer than you would expect a cotton yarn to be, and very durable.
There are two major differences between the two. The first obviously being the colors, Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton comes in solid color, variegated colors, and stripes. However, Yarn Bee’s Sugarwheel colors create more a color blocking or really fat striped colorways. I think they are beautiful, and I hope my pictures are doing the colors justice.
I don’t know if you have had this problem with cotton yarns, but when I use thicker, stiffer cotton yarns, such as Peaches N’ Creme, I will end up with an indent into my finger and a little bit of rug burn between my fingers. Especially when I was using tight stitches to creating an amigurumi (stuffed/plush toys). This yarn doesn’t have those effects on my hands.
The Troubles I Have Found
The biggest trouble I have had with this yarn, is the splitting. Oh, the splitting it. I tested this yarn out on a beautiful crochet finger towel pattern, that will be released by Wonderland in Knots later this month, and the splitting of this yarn was a little frustrating. Not to the point of wanting to change my choice of yarn, but enough of a problem that it was affecting the rhythm of my work. Now, I was using a smaller hook than suggested and I think contributed to the majority of the splitting problems.
The only other problem I have come across is that as usual with Yarn Bee and Hobby Lobby yarns, you can only purchase them in stores and online at HobbyLobby.com. This may not be a problem for everyone, but I know it causes issues for some.
Yarn Bee’s Sugarwheel Cotton and Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton are my two favorite cotton yarns. They have everything I want in a cotton yarn soft, durable, lightweight and just heavenly in my hands. Here is a link to my review of Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton, and for those of you who would like to know more about natural yarns and specifically cotton yarns I’ve added those as well.
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