Nako Baby Angel Yarn Review
Hello Noble Knitters! This is Donna and I'm the Knitting Doctor here at NobleKnits. Today I'm going to share with you a review of my favorite baby yarn. It's called Nako Baby Angel. Nako comes in 9 shades. It's a very squishy, bouncy, fun colored yarn - self striping. It's 100% acrylic, machine washable and dryable, 267 yards and knits at a DK weight of 6 stitches to the inch.
Baby Angel comes in some really pretty pastel shades. This is a plied yarn, this is probably one you can see the best. It's a two ply yarn wrapped in complimentary colors. So, not only are you going to have the self-striping, it's going to have a little tweedy effect as well. It's a really, really pretty yarn when it knits up. It's in the green and the pink in the pastel as well as blues - your traditional baby shades.
One here that I really like, it's very delicate. It's shell pink, lavender, yellow, and white. They also come in the brighter shades. There's lots of hot pinks, oranges, greens, and purples. Again the plied yarn with two different shades is going to give you a very fun, colorful, bouncy project.
There we have it! Nako Baby Angel Yarn - a really fun and easy to knit fiber. There are two free patterns for you online as well. One for a little girl's cardigan and one for a baby blanket. They are both two ball projects and they are beginner's projects - on and off your sticks in a flash and ready to gift!
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