Knit One Crochet Too Kettle Tweed Yarn Review
Hello Noble Knitters! It's Donna and I'm the Knitting Doctor here at NobleKnits. Today I'm going to be showing you a yarn by Knit One Crochet Too and it is called Kettle Tweed. It is a really, really great fingering weight fiber. You can see I've brought several colors here for you to see. It is a lightly plied fiber. It's 60% Merino, 20% Baby Llama, 10% Donegal (which gives you the flecks on the yarn), and 10% Bamboo (for drape).
Again, it's an excellent fingering weight. It's going to be an ombre effect yarn and it comes in several different shades. From the greens to the pale blues, to the aquas, going into the purples..there's even a salmon and celery which is really an unusual combination. They are variegated colors that blend beautifully, so it's not going to be a sharp transition in color. There's also a muted wine colors and a beautiful spruce green. There are actually more colors that I didn't share with you today. You can see them online here. We have 14 colors in total.
Along with that, I've actually brought some patterns for you to take a look at made specifically for Knit One Crochet Too Kettle Tweed. This one is called Coralie and it's a vest. It takes anywhere from two to four skeins depending on your sizing. The Kettle Tweed is 437 yards, so you get a good bit (of yardage/per ball).
The next one I have to show you is a really popular pattern. It's called the Enchantment Shawl and this one you have the option of using Kettle Tweed (variegated) and mixing that with Knit One Crochet Crock-O-Dye (solid shade) to get the solid and the variegated combination. Or you can use two different shades of the Kettle Tweed, something like what I have here. I have Lichen and I have Moss, which is deeper intensity.
We have the Taking Flight pattern and that again, is done with two skeins. One of Kettle Tweed, and one of Elfin Tweed. Knit One Crochet Too Elfin Tweed is the same weight and construction (as Kettle Tweed) but with no variegation. So you would have a solid and a variegated yarn combination.
That's Kettle Tweed by Knit One Crochet Too. Hand wash, dry flat. Absolutely fabulous fiber, very soft and drapey. Again, thank so much for watching. Please like us, comment and subscribe to our YouTube Channel.