As you immerse yourself into the world of crocheting, there are often several kinds of yarn you get acquainted to. Sometimes, it is just too difficult to choose a yarn that works for you. Today, let us acquaint you with our favourite crochet yarn that is perfect for all your crocheting projects. It is a best-seller in the crocheting category and many of our crochetiers come back for this yarn over and over again.
Presenting, Hook n Loop Crochet Yarn from Vardhman…
Hook n Loop is a surprisingly soft yarn whose quality is much superior to others in the category. It comes in a variety of colours so that you can support a variety of projects. There is every colour you could imagine so you can add all the flair to your designs and patterns. Hook n Loop yarn is made from acrylic and thus gives a subtle lustre which makes your final outcome look luxurious.
Unlike other acrylic yarns in the market, this one does not split apart due to its superior weaving process. At just a fraction of a cost, you can confidently purchase many balls in different colours and get started on your crocheting.
Hook n Loop being acrylic yarn, it has several benefits over other yarns in the market.
Basically, you can crochet with any kind of yarn. Therefore, it is essentially really easy to pick a proper yarn for your crocheting projects. However, the Hook n Loop yarn for crocheting has been designed to help crotchetiers step up their game and feel free to crochet whatever they like. According to us, Hook n Loop yarn is the ‘perfect’ yarn that is cheap and plentiful for any kind of crochetier.
Hook n Loop Crochet Yarn – Price: INR 81
A pure crochet yarn suitable for crocheting amigurumi, doilies, home decor, and accessories.
2 ply, Crochet Thread
Count (Nm): 2/6
Acrylic Weight: 100g ball
Length (in mtr): 300
Crochet Hook size: 12 (2.25 mm)
Buy Hook n Loop Crochet Yarn here: https://vardhmanknitworld.com/collections/hand-knitting-yarn-products/products/hook-n-loop
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