Yarn Madness Round 2 – The Cool Cottons Bracket

Well, Round 1 is complete!  In the most heated battle, Wool of the Andes vs Palette, there were less than 40 votes between the winner and loser!  But WoTA reigned supreme with 52% of the votes.  The other battles were fairly decisive with Capra (70% of the votes), Wool of the Andes Bulky (63% of the votes) and Alpaca Cloud (74% of the votes) all coming out on top and moving on.  Here’s the updated bracket:


Today’s battles focus on our cottons/plant fiber yarns!  Are you ready to root on your favorites?  Remember, we’ll be giving away a gift pack of the winning yarn during the championship battle so make sure you are getting those votes in for your favorites! (You’ll be able to enter to win during the Final 2 Battle).  Round 2 will go through Thursday March 27th at 8 am – we’ll anounce the winners that day & get started with battles between the Elite Eight!

First Battle – Billow vs Curio

Cotton Contenders

  • Billow (70%, 342 Votes)
  • Curio (30%, 150 Votes)

Total Voters: 492

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Second Battle – Galileo vs Comfy

Plantastic Blends

  • Comfy (51%, 255 Votes)
  • Galileo (49%, 246 Votes)

Total Voters: 501

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Third Battle – Shine vs Cotlin

Easy Care Champs

  • Cotlin (50%, 253 Votes)
  • Shine (50%, 248 Votes)

Total Voters: 501

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Fourth Battle – Dishie vs Dishie Multi

Washcloth Warriors

  • Dishie (65%, 325 Votes)
  • Dishie Multi (35%, 178 Votes)

Total Voters: 503

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Have fun and we’ll see you again on Thursday for the next round!


26 thoughts on “Yarn Madness Round 2 – The Cool Cottons Bracket

  1. I haven’t used many in today’s bracket, but I really now have a desire to try a few of these out. I know what I will be doing for my next order =)

  2. I have only been knitting a year and haven’t used many of the cotton yarns but am looking forward to trying these out as the weather gets warmer.

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