Yarn Madness Round 5 – the Final Four

We are down to our Final Four!  In the last round, Comfy and Billow were neck and neck for most of the round, until Comfy surged ahead in the final hours with 55% of the vote.  And Cotlin trounced Dishie with 72% of the vote, so the two cotton “C”s are moving on to the Final Four!  Here’s the updated bracket.

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Now we are down to the finals. Get your votes in to see who will be the top Wool and the top Cotton –  who will then fight it out in the final battle starting on Monday!

Wool of the Andes vs Alpaca Cloud

Wool of the Andes vs Alpaca Cloud

  • Wool of the Andes (51%, 268 Votes)
  • Alpaca Cloud (49%, 255 Votes)

Total Voters: 523

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Comfy vs Cotlin

Comfy vs Cotlin

  • Comfy (52%, 267 Votes)
  • Cotlin (48%, 251 Votes)

Total Voters: 518

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17 comments

  1. MaryG / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    love Cotlin, altho Comfy is nice too. But WotA is the best of all …

  2. Ashtan A. / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Such hard choices!!!

  3. Tammy / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Here in Oklahoma, there are usually not that many cold days in winter when we can wear worsted wool. Comfy has become my “go to” yarn for sweaters that I can wear year round. It washes nicely too!

  4. Roxanne Stevens / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Definitely a hard choice.

  5. kcbknitter / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Comfy has become my go to yarn. I made 2 blankets for my grandson (4wks old) and a little bolero jacket and just finished a little hoody with it. When I tell my daughter what I’m knitting for him she asks “is it that really soft yarn you made the blankets with?” And she’s really picky about how things feel.

  6. Peggy / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Can’t wait to see the FINAL RESULTS:)

  7. Vanessa R. / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    I am a fool for alpaca. I love its softness and supple hand. Comfy is also a great one for the little kids. Soft, non-pilling and easy to care for. What’s not to love?

  8. pam harris / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Being a huge wool fan I am pulling for Wool of the Andes. I do a LOT of felting and it felts beautifully and is a perfect choice for all the small projects I love to knit. When I need 100% wool, I don’t thing of anything else! From anyone!

  9. Rachel Massaro / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    Was a big fan of Billow sad to see that it was knocked out! Can’t wait to see who the final match up is!

  10. Linda / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    I’m really disappointed that I didn’t get an email or chance to vote for rounds 2-4. :( Glad to get in again on round 5!

  11. J / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    I’ve been wondering what to order next, with spring on my mind. I’m thinking it will be Comfy, after this long run of wool knitting. Maybe I’ll be fortunate enough to win some :)!

  12. DeJahne / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    I’m a serious fan of Comfy. CotLin is really sturdy, and is good to use for certain things (like market bags) but Comfy is way more versatile and has really awesome colors.

    • Cali / April 4, 2014 / Reply

      agreed. i bought cotlin for charity baby socks and while i love the yarn, it’s a bit too sturdy for the project. :)

  13. Ginny / April 3, 2014 / Reply

    I love all four yarns. Hard to pick.

  14. Angel Bernard / April 4, 2014 / Reply

    I love the cotlin have a top I made in woodland sage 6 years ago that still looks like new – It is so comfortable :D

  15. Rebecca / April 4, 2014 / Reply

    I bought some Alpaca Cloud for the first time and just started making a shawl with it. It’s so soft and great to work with.

  16. Denise Shields / April 4, 2014 / Reply

    Alpaca and Cotton w/ linen, yum.