Do you have a running mental list of your favorite yarns? I know I do, and for me that list includes Impeccable yarn by Loops & Threads. So we are goin’ to talk about it today.
Impeccable Yarn Review
Impeccable yarn is one of my favorite yarns because it is soft (and softens considerably after washing), it is available in a wide variety of colors, is available in two skein sizes (regular and jumbo), it is frequently on sale, and it does not have a lot of give to it.
Sometimes when you crochet a blanket or other project, after washing the item loses its shape. This happens with some yarns more than others (this yarn in particular) so when crocheting certain items (namely wearables) I am mindful of just how well the yarn used will hold its shape. My point here is that Impeccable yarn is a form holding, yet soft, reliable yarn. And that’s why I love it.
is a size 4/medium/worsted/Aran weight yarn
is available only at Michaels stores and online
*Loops & Threads is their line of yarn
frequently goes on sale for $2.00 (USD)
*regular price is $3.49
contains 277 yards (253 m) (4.5 oz) (127.5 g)
large skeins contain up to 885 yards (solid) or 557 yards (ombre)
*available in-store only for $9.99
softens considerably after washing
does not lose its shape
Impeccable would be a great yarn to use in a graphghan or regular afghan, or when making amigurumi, wearables, purses, jackets… in fact I can’t think of anything I wouldn’t want to make using Impeccable yarn.
I give Loops & Threads Impeccable yarn a solid 4.5 out of 5 stars. I don’t see why I would ever stop using it, and the only thing I would like to see is a more diverse selection of colors. But honestly, they’ve got a nice selection already.
Have you used this yarn before? What would you rate it, and why?
More reviews and shit:
Clover Soft Touch Crochet Hooks Review
Jo-Ann’s Big Twist Value Yarn Review
Hobby Lobby’s (ILTY) I Love This Yarn Review
Amy Belilove says
I love working with impeccable’ yarns, too
Hi !!! I happily stumbled upon your site and loved reading your reviews on various acrylic yarns. It was extremely helpful. I’m thinking of making the infamous ‘Ron Weasley Blanket’ and was wondering would you recommend making it in the Impeccable over the I Love This Yarn ? I’m having a dilemma… while ILTY is soft, I’m worried about the ‘limpness’ factor… Thank you
Kara Robey says
HELP! I am wanting to make an afagan for my teenage son who loves very soft things. We really love the feel of the loops and threads Sweet Snuggles yarn. However, I can find very few reviews on this yarn. I don’t want to spend a lot of money if it is going to shed everywhere and be horrible. Do you have any experience with this thread?
Hi! I haven’t used that exact yarn, but I have been pleased with all of the Loops and Threads yarns I’ve tried, including the Snuggly Wuggly. It’s not the same, but I would bet you’ll be fine!
Kara Robey says
Thanks so much for your help. Is the Snuggly Wuggly very soft?
I recently purchase 7 skeins of Impeccable Loops & Thread yarn in different colors. Just when I thought it was a nice yarn, it wasn’t. It’s like other yarns in that it is soft and easy to work with. However, if you work the yarn from the center end, which most people do, you eventually find you have a bit of a tug of war. A tangled mess pulls out which you can untangle and continue working. Eventually, a larger tangle emerges and that tangle contains the other end of the skein which when trying to untangle, produces a spaghetti mess. That other end should be on the outside of the skein. This wastes precious hours to untangle and if the tangle is unmanageable or you lose patience, you have to cut and then you have several balls instead of one ball. Even If this yarn is on sale for 3 cents a skein I will never purchase this yarn again. It is just not worth my time and effort to deal with and I then must stop my project in order to untangle it and continue. One end should be in the center and the other end should be on the outside. Quality Control at the plant needs to look into this issue.
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