Fiber Content: 80% Baby Alpaca, 20% Acrylic
Weight: Worsted
Knitting Gauge: 4.5 - 4.75 sts = 1" on #7-9 needles (4.5mm - 5.5mm)
Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks
Yards: 137
Grams: 50
Put Up: ball
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat

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4.333333 out of 5 stars

Reverie Worsted

$3.00 - $5.99 50g / ball  Original Price: $5.99


Meet Reverie – the newest addition to our yarn line up that is sure to be a treat for your fiber senses! Reverie blends the drape and softness of baby alpaca with acrylic to create a gently spun, two-ply yarn that is all about loft and comfort. This wonderfully versatile, worsted weight yarn gets its flexible gauge from the brushed fibers that create a super soft, yet subtle halo. And with a selection of stunning colors ranging from deep jewel tones to delicate pastels and neutrals, you’ll love Reverie for creating everything from soft, billowing cowls and dramatic infinite scarves to cozy sweaters and elegant cardigans. No matter where your creativity takes you, the cloud-like decadence of Reverie is sure to inspire and delight!
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4 out of 5 stars

A treat to work with, and even more of one to wear. Garments are oozy soft and cozy with just enough structure to keep them from being floppy. A fantastic value for what you get. Only thing keeping me from giving this a higher rating was that it was wound on the looser side, making it very easy to 'stab' the yarn. Also, if you need to rip out your piece and start over, hopefully its only after a few rounds/rows have been completed, since ripping out is next to impossible due to the fluffiness of the fabric. And there needs to be more colors!!!

2 out of 5 stars

Although this yarn is yummy soft to the touch and skin, It doesnot not knit up gauge specifications. I have used a size 5, 6, and 7 needle and find the yarn potentially very stretchy. I am thinking of using a fingering yarn as a yarn along to give it more substance. Hope I can find a viable add-on to give the yarn more firmness and not be as stretchy.

5 out of 5 stars

I really, Really love this yarn! It is soooo soft. I have one thing to ask however... Would you pretty please with sugar on top offer more colors??? Like a bunch? :-D

5 out of 5 stars

I made a baby photoshoot costume with this yarn and it feels amazing! I got it in melon which is a baby pink and looks exactly as on the photo. It's soft and a little fuzzy and knits fast and did I say it's superrrr soft? I also made a headband combining a strand of acrylic yarn + Reverie (leftovers) and it gave such a nice halo to the whole thing, I will definitely consider adding it to simple wool for example, in hats and cowls.

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful, soft, feels good in the hand. Reminds me of Suri Dream which was a yarn offered several years ago. Like Suri Dream, if you have to rip back, this yarn is very difficult to see where you've been! I'm making a cabled cowl for a Christmas gift.

5 out of 5 stars

Cloud-soft Reverie transformed easily into a feather-light winter beret. (You may prefer wooden needles to the nickel-plated ones as Reverie slips so easily from needle to needle... or just off the needle.) Reverie is ideal for against-the-skin wear, delicate pieces that need to drape softly, and dressed-up lightweight warmth.