When I started knitting and crocheting, I had no idea what kind of yarn to use. The ladies in my knitting group told to me to get a medium 4 yarn. The brand didn’t matter.
As I surveyed the yarn aisle in the Craft & Sewing section of my local Walmart, I was overwhelmed by the choice of products and brand options. Brand doesn’t matter? Then why the heck are there so many of them, I wondered?
I settled on Super Savor yarn by Red Heart because it was the cheapest one I could find. Today I would never pick a yarn based solely on its price tag, but at the time, it was the right decision. I was a new knitter and crocheter, which meant that I made a lot of mistakes. I was constantly pulling out rows and reworking them. Sometimes I overstretched or even broke the yarn. It was wise not invest too much initially.
As I became more experienced, I began experimenting with other yarns. Sometimes I wanted softer yarns, thicker or thinner yarns, and even sparkly yarns. One of my favorite yarns is Caron Simply Soft and that’s the yarn I’d like to review for you today.