Berroco Nanuk Video Yarn Review + FREE Cowl Knitting Pattern!

I got a chance to work with Berroco Nanuk yarn and I love it! It's very soft and cozy, perfect for scarves and cowls. Note: the Nanuk color I chose for the video is Narwhal. 
Watch this video review to find out more and get a free cowl knitting pattern!

NobleKnits introduces Berroco Nanuk Yarn
Hi again! It's Nancy Queen from I'm here to talk to you today about Berroco's new Nanuk yarn. We just got this yarn in for fall. It's a brand new soft, plush yarn. If you liked Berroco's Chinchilla yarn, they you are going to love Nanuk. The colors are all warm and cozy for fall and winter..and they'll look great against your fall and winter coats. It's a really nice yarn for knitting scarves, shawls, sweaters, even baby blankets because it is so cozy everybody is going to love to touch it. Now, I don't know if you can see this, but it's a strand of this plush, plush yarn. Nanuk is easy to knit; It doesn't get caught in your knitting needles. It's a 67% Wool, 33% Nylon blend. It knits up at a really nice and quick gauge of 3 stitches per inch on a US 10.5 needle. I'm working on a project right now which I will show you. It's a cowl free knitting pattern. I am about 1 1/2 balls into knitting this cowl. So, what you are going to do is cast on 120 stitches on size US 10.5 circular 24" knitting needles. You'll end up with a nice long cowl that is about 42" around. This is entirely knit in the round. Like I said, I'm about 1 1/2 balls into my cowl, so you'll need 3 balls to knit it. So, it is size 10.5 needle, cast on 120 stitches, knit in the round, and you are good to go.
Again, that is Nanuk yarn from Berroco available at and we have free shipping!