Caron Simply Soft is a classic yarn, long loved for its easy care, soft feel, and amazing range of colors. But did you know that there are nearly a dozen different types of Simply Soft? Get a closer look at this much-loved yarn in the Yarn Love Video Review on Moogly – including hundreds of free knit and crochet patterns!
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Just The Yarn Facts:
Content: Most varieties are 100% acrylic
Weight: 4 – Medium; UK: 10-12 ply
Original – 288 meters / 315 yards
Other Varieties – 235 meters / 215 yards
Original – 170 g / 6 oz
Other Varieties – 141 g / 5 oz
Many Varieties of Caron Simply Soft
In addition to the original Caron Simply Soft, there are 10 additional varieties to explore! They are all the same weight, perfect for mixing and matching! Here are just some of the amazing colors – there are currently over 100 on offer!
The Caron Simply Soft Video Review:
Hook and Needles Seen In This Video:
Hundreds of Free Patterns for Caron Simply Soft!
Caron Simply Soft has been around for a long time, so there are many, many free crochet and knit patterns for it on Yarnspirations – over 400 so far, with new patterns being added every year! With so many to choose from, I’ve made a trio of special links for you – click here for CROCHET patterns, or click here for KNIT patterns, or click here for CRAFT patterns! Or click here to explore them ALL!
There are also 11 free crochet and knit patterns using Caron Simply Soft here on Moogly – and another one is coming later this month!
Here are direct links to all the patterns so far: Stripey Knit Slouchy Beanie, All Grown Up Striped Slouch, Sweet Striped Crochet Beanies, Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie, Winter Sunrise Scarf, Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf, All Grown Up Armwarmers, Wavy Baby Blanket, Squares Squared, Bacon and Eggs Pillow, and Sweet Striped Arm Warmers.
And last but not least, here’s a pin to save and share this review with your fellow yarn lovers on Pinterest! What yarn would you like to see a review of next? Let me know in the comments below!