Projects Made With Ice Yarns Alara Yarn
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Projects Made With Ice Yarns Alara Yarn

Hey there, Ice Yarns Blog readers! Are you on the hunt for your next project? Look no further than the versatile and beautiful Ice Yarns Alara. Made from a blend of 50% cotton and 50% acrylic fibers, this yarn is perfect for a wide range of knitting and crochet projects.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crafter, you’ll love working with this yarn. It has a weight of 50 grams per ball, which makes it easy to work with, and a length of 140 meters per ball, which ensures that you have enough yarn to complete your project. The recommended needle size for this yarn is 4 mm or US 6, making it a great choice for medium-sized needles.

So, what kinds of projects can you make with this yarn? The possibilities are endless! From cozy blankets and scarves to stylish sweaters and cardigans, the Alara is perfect for any project that requires a yarn thickness of 3 Light: DK, Light, Worsted.

The blend of cotton and acrylic fibers in this yarn creates a soft and comfortable fabric that is perfect for garments worn next to the skin. Additionally, the blend of fibers ensures that projects made with this yarn will hold their shape and last for years to come.

So, grab your needles or crochet hook and get started on your next project with Alara Yarn. Whether you’re making a gift for a loved one or treating yourself to a new accessory, this yarn is sure to deliver beautiful results that you’ll be proud of. Here are some amazing projects made with Ice Yarns Alara!

Sarina’s Fantasy Afghan

Pattern : Be the Light Granny Square by Nadia Fuad

Yarn : Ice Yarns Alara

Hug Shrug

Hug shrug

Pattern : The Secret Yarnery

Yarn : Alara

Two Stars

Two Stars by Elena Fedotova

Pattern : Two Stars by Elena Fedotova

Yarn : Ice Yarns Alara

Fearless Blanket

Fearless Blanket

Pattern : Fearless by Diana Krenz

Yarn : Ice Yarns Alara

Melissa Blouse

Pattern : Melissa Blouse by Jislaine Silva

Yarn : Ice Yarns Alara

3rd Rings of Change

Pattern : Rings of Change by Frank O’Randle

Yarn : Ice Yarns Alara

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