Fiber Content: 80% Acrylic 20% Superwash Wool
Weight: Worsted Weight
Knitting Gauge: 4.5 - 5 sts = 1" on #6 - 9 needles (4.0mm-5.5mm)
Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Yards: 208
Grams: 100
Put Up: Ball
Care: Machine Wash Gentle/Tumble Dry Low

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$3.19 100g / Ball

The Mighty Stitch is a Superwash Superhero! A crafting powerhouse combining 20% Superwash Wool and 80% Acrylic, this yarn is perfect for garments, accessories, and blankets, too! When you need an easy-care yarn in a wide range of gorgeous hues, you’re sure to think, “Mighty Stitch to the Rescue!”. Retail: $3.99
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5 out of 5 stars

I stumbled across this yarn because a crochet pattern I was using said the display image was worked up with this yarn. I wasn’t sure what to expect because I still was looking for that one yarn that I could fall in love with for all my projects. I fell in love with this yarn. I primary make crocheted amigurumi and this material was perfect. The yarn stretches enough to allow for the stuffing, and has a remarkable softness that make the animals perfect for snuggling. I’ve read some of the other reviews since I received my first order. There have been a couple of balls that have had multiple joins, but I have purchased yarns from bigger labels that have had the same issues. I have had some experience with splitting, but it wasn’t a major problem, and was no more than. What I experienced with other yarns. I am a fan of Caron Simply soft, but I loved the Mighty Stitch even more. My only request would be for more shades to be added. And that I want to buy one of everything. I get this yarn was reasonably priced, worked up well, and created a beautiful finished product. I will definitely purchase this again.

1 out of 5 stars

Can’t tell you enough how disappointed I am with this yarn. I purchased a substantial amount of this acrylic/wool blend for our knit/crochet for a cause group at church. We are making hats and neck warmers for Seafarers. The yarn splits easily and though a worsted/#4 weight yarn, it doesn’t have the same ‘substance’ as other worsted weight yarns. The stitch definition is poor. There is a great deal of unraveling at the ends and throughout the skeins. It also fuzzes easily and frequently we come across a glob of fuzz so large, its mistaken for a knot. Our church based group is on a vert tight budget and I’m very upset that I invested so much into this poor quality yarn.

4 out of 5 stars

So my disclaimer is that I do not like acrylic yarns. I will use them when I have to for a project but they way the fiber moves (or doesn’t move) bugs me. I like how protein fibers have some give and stretch. I ordered this yarn to try it. When I first got it I wasn’t expecting much, it has a shine like a simply soft or similar. But it actually does have some give to it! It behaves more like a soft wool but has the ease of care of an acrylic. Definitely soft to the touch and appropriate for baby items. This quickly became my go to for gift items for kids. I like this better than any big box store acrylic blend yarn. If I must use a synthetic fiber, this is the one I will use.

1 out of 5 stars

I knit my niece's blanket with this yarn and it was amazing. Then I knit a blanket for my best friend's son and it fuzzed so badly, I hate to even gift it. I won't be buying it again, and I'll probably be donating this yarn to the local schools for crafts. It's so nice to touch and work with, but it becomes worn and awful after one washing.

4 out of 5 stars

I really like this yarn. I have not had the same experiences as some of the others. I have not had any joins and have used a number of balls. It is very good yarn for the price and it can be splitty, but the stitch definition is great and it is generally a pleasure to work with. Colors are impressive and Oyster is a favorite of mine. The only suggestion I would have is to increase the wool content to 30%. Of course, that would increase the price, but might resolve some of the other problems. I prefer it over Brava.

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