Yarn Review: Cascade Pacific Multis
Imagine a heady mix of the Cascade colour palette combined with soft merino stabilised with acrylic? Cascade Pacific Multis is a worsted weight best friend.
Knit any worsted weight shawl or scarf pattern in Cascade Pacific Multis! Alyssym Way by Monica Sirna would look fabulous in shade Violets (506).
I love variegated colourways – they can bring any knitted project out of the gloom, whether in bright zesty citrus colours or palest pastel cousins – super fun for knitting gorgeous accessories, cosy cardies and warm jumpers and darling childrenswear!
Cascade Yarns is a family owned business, and their mission has always been to provide good quality yarn at affordable prices – something they do with great success. The first word that people usually associate with Cascade yarn, is “colour” – because they were perhaps the first yarn company to produce such a bodacious colour palette, over a hundred shades in some yarns! Not just one shade of each colour but two, three, four – almost like an paint chart!
Cascade Pacific Multis is a worsted weight yarn that combines soft superwash merino wool with acrylic, making it strong and machine washable. It’s an ideal yarn for everyday wear, great for families and children, and it comes in fourteen gorgeous colourways. At it’s usual price, it’s great value – each 100g ball has 195m (213 yards) – but in the sale, it’s absolutely fantastic value!
Shades Forest Glade (510), Circus (508), Violets (506), Flame (512), and Little Boy Blue (511)
You can use this gorgeous yarn for any worsted weight pattern – and most aran weight patterns too. Knit on 4.5-5mm needles for a soft, warm fabric that will wash happily at low temperatures.
Click the image to download the free pattern for this sweet cardigan!
I love this little cable cardigan – it would look super sweet knitted in Cascade Pacific Multis, in any of the shades! Don’t miss out on this super sale bargain! Three balls is plenty for a gorgeous scarf and hat – and maybe even some handwarmers to match!
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Last updated: January 20th, 2016.