Lion Brand Yarn Spring Yarn Review!

Y’all.

Y’all.

I’m SO READY FOR SPRING.

Spring is right around the corner, well, it’s March and I live in the South, so spring might as well be knocking at my door.

As a crochet and knitwear designer, spring means spring yarn. Cotton and bamboo and linen and silk! I’m all about those spring and summer fibers!

This year I delved deep into my stash of brand new Lion Brand Yarn and pulled my FAV three summer yarns I think you need on your needles and hooks RIGHT NOW.

I also managed to whip up a few projects, which I’ve linked down below, using the yarn!

TruBoo – the newest yarn on the list, Truboo is a 100% Rayon from Bamboo yarn that has a gorgeous sheen and soft as silk feel. I love the hand of this yarn. It’s easy to crochet with and the stitches just SHINE. I designed my Mile-A-Minute Skinny Scarf with Truboo and it’s just SO gorge!

Pattern Coming Soon!

Coboo – a beautiful blend of cotton and bamboo, I adore this yarn. It’s gorgeous, soft, and has a range of colors every modern yarn love will love! I designed a sweater using this yarn last year and I just can’t get enough of it! The link to the free pattern is here!

LB Collection Cotton Bamboo – A standard cotton bamboo blend, I just love love love this yarn. It’s gorgeous and soft with a tight twist perfect for sweaters and shawls. I could see a gorgeous lace sweater in this. Throw it over a camisole or t-shirt and you’ll be good to go! I also love this pattern from Lion Brand Yarn! So cute, right?


All three of these yarns are perfect for spring and summer stitching. So, get a head start and start your stitching today!

What spring and summer yarns are you loving this year? Anything fun you’d like to share? Drop it in the comments below!

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