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Herrschners Worsted yarn

Posted by catt11 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 26, 10 at 21:07

Has anyone used the Herrschners Brand Worsted Yarn, and if so, were you pleased with it? I want to make an afghan but I want to avoid any yarn that causes a lot of pilling. When I went to their website to look at what they had, I was impressed by the large variety of color choices this yarn of theirs offered.

Is there any other acrylic yarn (Bernet Berella 4 or Paton's Canadiana?) anyone would recommend for an afghan? One that will not pill and is easy to work with? Any help would be appreciated!


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RE: Herrschners Worsted yarn

I have used "Herrschners" products for years and very
happy with them. They carry all Red Heart Yarn that is
made. Red Heart yarn is made by Coats & Clark
www.coatsandclark.com BUT is cheaper thru Herrschners!
Good luck.


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RE: Herrschners Worsted yarn

I have been using the Deborah Norville anit pill worsted yarn and love it so check that out too. Mary


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