Red Heart Super Saver is a classic yarn that is popular amongst knitters and crocheters alike. With beautiful colours, competitive prices and being available in many major craft retailers, it’s a staple for many fibre artists. Recently, a new format was released called Red Heart Super Saver O’Go. It boasts ease of use without tangles or the hassles that traditional skeins can sometimes have. But does it actually work and is it practical?
I purchased two Super Saver O’Go’s in the “Christmas” colourway to find out and share with you what I learned. You can read about my experience and review below. Please note that I am not being paid for this review nor was I asked to write it. I simply enjoy trying new yarn!
Introducing the Bobble Ridge Neck Warmer! It’s named for the fun, textured bobbles and the ridges created by making rows of back loop single crochet throughout the pattern. Made with Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn, this neck warmer perfectly displays the beautiful colour transitions of this gorgeous fibre. Come take a peak at all the details…
Today I’d like to share with you the Bobble Row Cowl. A free crochet pattern that uses only two stitches: bobbles and herringbone half double crochet. If you are not familiar with those stitches, I have included a quick written tutorial to guide you along. I used Red Heart Super Saver Ombre for this cowl and it took approximately 3/4 of the skein. The pattern is very flexible should you want to make it a little long or shorter for your personal preference.
I think it’s safe to say that we all love trying new yarn. There’s something exciting and refreshing about grabbing a new colour or fiber to create with. While it is comforting and familiar to have our old favourites that we like to use, it’s exciting and fun to pick up and experience a new brand or line and see what can be made from it. Today’s yarn review focuses on Red Heart Super Saver Ombre.