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Deborah Norville Collection Serenity Chunky Weight Yarn

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Deborah NorvilleDeborah Norville Collection™ Serenity™ Chunky Weight Yarn
Gifted by Premier Yarns
Reviewed by Maria Nerius

This review and giveaway includes 3 skeins of Berry Burst (3.5 oz/100 gms & 109 Yards/100 MT and is a super fine acrylic. This collection has over 40 prints and solids including baby colors. It is the softest yarn I’ve ever felt. It is recommended for quick stitch projects and has easy care instructions. I loved that Premier included a recommendation that this yarn is perfect for crafting. I loom knitted winter caps for my family as a gift for an upcoming family vacation and also had a blast making yarn flowers using the Clover Hana-Ami loom. I did give a skein to a crocheter who gave it the thumbs-up. I have to admit I loved the “print” or variegated colors. I had no idea you could buy yarn that would give you a striped pattern as you knit or crochet. WOW! I’m sure that is old hat to seasoned knitters and crocheters, but for this beginner it was an amazing cool factor. The yarn was so pretty and so soft I wanted to work with it all day. I know you’ll fall in love with this sweet yarn just like I did.

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I'd love to get some of this beautiful yarn to make a hooded sweater for my beautiful granddaughter.

This wool from Premier Yarns is super soft and such a beautiful colour! I would be really grateful to receive it as it would enable me to knit cardigans for my liitle granddaughters.

I am planning to crochet a kid-sized bed throw for my 8-yo g-daughter for her birthday in May. She is a girly-girl and loves pink and lavender. I want to make a 9-square throw and embellish it with ribbon yarn, eyelash yarn, fake fur, and anything else I can find that would make it a one-of-a-kind keepsake for her. This looks like the perfect color and weight for the base. I'd love to receive it! Thank you!

I am a knitter of many years, and this wool/yarn looks very soft and colourful. It is fairly new that they have come out with a yarn that gives it's own pattern. So even for me it is fairly new. I would love to knit my granddaughter something new with this yarn. Please send me some. Thanks TerryLee

Oooooooh, pretty! I've never had the pleasure of working with bulky yarn and I'm looking forward to it. Thank you to sassygal5357 and JWZ1978 for your info. It's a good thing to know for next time I can add to my yarn stash. :)

You can never have enough yarn! I would love to try something new and in such a chunky weight and pretty color!

This yarn is a great quality. Everything you crochet is worthy of this great yarn.

I just love to crochet with varigated yarns!!

It sounds like the kind of yarn I would buy to make afghans.

As a newbie crocheter, I just crocheted two scarves with two of the varigated yarns (including this one pictured I think!) and both turned out great. It was the first time I'd used this yarn, I'd use it again. I did think though that it seemed to split/fray a bit more than some of the other yarns, but nothing too problematic.


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