Certainly one of our favorite fibers in recent months has been the Comfy Worsted Heather Special Reserve yarns. A blend of 75% Pima Cotton and 25% acrylic, Comfy is both easy on your hands and wallet. It’s the heathered colors that have us swooning, and now that they’re part of the Summer Yarn Sale, it’s even harder to resist stocking up on some more. Unfortunately, when they’re gone, they’re gone! Here’s two projects we’ve made in Comfy Heathers recently, as well as one suggestion – all for small people!
I recently made my daughters complementary tunic dresses using so many of the Comfy Worsted Heathers pastel shades, with a white Comfy base. The pattern is from Crochet: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide. This book is literally all you need to start crocheting. Even if you’re brushing up on your skills, or are a competent crocheter, this book has such great patterns in it for home goods, accessories, and baby clothes (and with all books now 40% off, it’s so easy to pick up now when ordering your other things)!
Alison loves the pattern “In Threes”. She’s made it a few times now, and it always makes the cutest baby cardigan! In worsted weight yarn, it’s finished in a snap, and Comfy Worsted Heather Special Reserve Yarn in Carlisle Heather really adds to the charm.
Finally, if you don’t have a baby in your life but love to make small items, why not make our Calming Baby Hat in either knit or crochet. CLICK for Babies is a lovely charity mentioned in the pattern as a place to donate your handknits, and Comfy Worsted Heather Special Reserve Yarn is the perfect choice for making it!