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Aran yarn is a heavy worsted weighted yarn. This review focuses on the amazing Muse Tonal yarn mentioned in the Crafty Crochet Review Show.
Most crocheters know of worsted weighted yarn. But some don’t know the difference between worsted and aran yarn. Both are considered #4 yarn, but aran yarn is actually heavier than worsted, but not heavy enough to be considered bulky yarn. Pretty interesting right?
Well, so let’s check out this amazing aran yarn called Muse Tonal from WeCrochet. It has amazing color definitions with lighter and darker tones in one specific color throughout the yarn skein. It comes in a hank and is very easy to work with. It doesn’t split easily and creates beautiful crochet projects.
You can easily use it for sweaters, hats, scarves, or even ponchos. I would even say it’s an amazing yarn for blankets. Muse Tonal is 100% superwash merino wool and feels much softer than you might think, considering not all wool is soft, but usually scratchy, in my opinion. Muse Tonal is an amazing aran yarn to work with and try out.
To make it easier I created a complete video review about this amazing yarn – through the Crafty Crochet Review Show which is held every Friday at 12pm, PST on Youtube. You can sign up here for reminder emails.
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