Disclosure: This is not a paid or sponsored review. I was not in any way compensated for writing it. I post it because I solely want to share my own opinion.
This is by far my favorite yarn for baby blankets! If you followed my blog for a while (or simply browsed through it), you probably noticed that I've made tons and tons of baby blankets.
|One skien of Snuggly Wuggly Big was enough to make the blanket, |
the hat, and the booties.
|Snuggly Wuggly works well for open and lacy stitches.|
This yarn comes in two size skeins - a big one (14 oz, 1263 yd) and a small one (5 oz, 446 yd). I always buy a big one as it is more cost efficient.
|Green is my favorite color. I loved my green |
Snuggly Wuggly blankets the most.
But as many of you probably know Michael's often offers a 40% and occasionally 50% off for one regular priced items discount coupons. I don't always have coupons printed out with me, but luckily Michael's accepts coupons on smart phones. So whenever I know I'll be running errands and Michael's will be on my way, I stop by to purchase my Snuggly Wuggly. And even if I don't have a printed coupon, I use the one on my iPhone.
|This blanket is one of the most popular on my blog. My free |
pattern is available.
One thing I wish I could include in my review is my perspective on how this yarn and finished items look like after a few washings. But, unfortunately, I cannot do that. All the blankets I've made so far with Snuggly Wuggly I either gifted away or sold. I've never washed any of them.
|Another open stitch blanket. The pattern is available in my shop.|
But according to the label, this yarn is machine washable and dryable. However, it should not be bleached, ironed, or dry cleaned.
|This blanket is popular for baby boys. The pattern is available in my shop.|
I didn't include the pictures of all the blankets I've made with this yarn. But more than a half of my blankets were made with Snuggly Wuggly.