11/24/2009 9:30:06 AM
bri
bri
Posts 3164
It was a must-have in birch bark and oatmeal. Anyone else unable to resist? I swooned as I knit my sample skein of this one.
11/24/2009 10:48:22 AM
Sandra D
Sandra D
Posts 4496
So many good neutral and earth-tone colors, too! One is bound to find something that appeals and will be a wardrobe staple.
11/24/2009 11:08:43 AM
Libby
Libby
Posts 7209
I fell as well... I got the polar white, oatmeal, and malt heather. I just couldnt resist.
1/5/2010 2:59:25 PM
kellygirl
kellygirl
Posts 1405
For those of you who have partaken of the Peru Soft, is it soft enough for a neckwarmer?
1/6/2010 2:37:41 AM
Libby
Libby
Posts 7209
Kelly,

It is very very soft. I`m planning on using it for a jacket/coat as it is a bulky wt yarn however it is quite soft.
1/6/2010 5:14:03 AM
bri
bri
Posts 3164
I have an obscene amount of Peru soft. I`m knitting the every way wrap with it, and it`s definitely soft enough for something against the neck.
1/6/2010 8:00:30 AM
kellygirl
kellygirl
Posts 1405
Thanks, Libby and Bri! I wanted to make that Burberry inspired cowl and have nothing suitable in the stash that`s not itchy.
1/6/2010 8:50:47 AM
bri
bri
Posts 3164
I totally love that pattern and was thinking about making one too in the Peru Soft. Great minds think alike!
1/6/2010 9:38:13 AM
ecasey
ecasey
Posts 2668
I did the sample in Peru Soft. It`s very, very, very soft and not itchy at all. However, even though I don`t have any allergies, it would kind of "tickle" my nose when working with it - a little like the way angora does. Maybe because it`s a bit sheddy because it`s very loosely spun and single ply?

Eileen.

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"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the STARS!" (Oscar Wilde)
1/6/2010 8:53:41 PM
kellygirl
kellygirl
Posts 1405
Thanks, Eileen! I`m glad to have confirmation on its softness. I`d like to add that I LOVE your sample. It`s beautiful!
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