Smell My Yarn?? {Scented Yarn from Bernat}

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Did you know that you can buy scented yarn?

Yep, you can now find 100% cotton yarn in these scents…

  • powder
  • lavender
  • chamomile
  • aloe vera
  • fleur-de-lavande
  • vanilla
  • rose petal

As you crochet or knit the scent from the yarn is gently released…wow!  What will they think of next?  It would make a great gift for your knitting friend that has everything!

Have you tried this?  What’s your favorite type of yarn?

~Kim

Comments

  1. says

    Haven’t tried this yet but will def. have to try it now! What will they come up with next!?!

    Would be cute to make some cute little amigurumi cupcakes with!!

  2. Dawn deMom says

    I’d love to try this but I can’t buy it locally. We only have big box stores with pathetic selections of yarn and our LYS doesn’t carry Bernat. She doesn’t carry anything for crocheters, either. I wish we had a big yarn store where one could sample the yarn!

  3. says

    That is just strange! LOL! I’m not a knitter or crocheter, I just use yarn as tassel filler, but that might be something to try out! Scented tassels…hmmmm…..

    : )

  4. says

    Sugar ‘n’ Cream yarn has some scented varieties, too, though I haven’t tried any of them yet. I think I would enjoy the smell as I am working with the yarn, but I am not so sure about the finished product having a smell. :) My favorite kind of yarn is lion brand cotton ease. I wish it came in more colors, but I love the way this yarn works up!

  5. says

    Interesting! I haven’t seen scented yarn, yet. I might try it, depending on the scent & how strong it was. My favorite yarns are natural fibers or recycled. I like the Sugar & Cream ones that are US grown cotton, in support of US farms & I really like the colors. I also like the eco cotton (75% recycled cotton) twists, particularly the “candy marl” one. It really does remind me of candy :)

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