My Finished Round Ruffle Cushion

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As promised I am here to share with you my finished Round Ruffle Cushion that I made using my samples of Three Bears Yarn; Rosie’s Acrylic Slub. I am sorry this blog post is a little later than I planned, it’s been such a battle with my health and even now I am not in a very good place but I am determined to do some blogging :-).

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Three Bears Yarn: Rosie’s Acrylic Slub DK – Launch Day!

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Today is my last post as part of my daily posts leading up to the launch of Rosie’s Acrylic Slub, which has now been released. How exciting is that? I am really excited and I hope you are too. I hope my posts have helped you in finding out all about this great new yarn and all the possibilities it brings :-).

The best news is the yarn is being sold at a special price for a limited time, so it’s the perfect chance to try some if you have been tempted by this beautiful yarn. It’s currently selling at £2.75 per ball or you can get a pack of 7 of the balls for £17.99. I am afraid the red wasn’t quite ready for the release but it will be coming soon and I will let you know when but in the meantime I hope you will enjoy the others that are available :-). The yarn is being sold in 100g / 338m balls and Three Bears Yarn can ship worldwide so don’t worry if your not in the UK :-). Continue reading

Three Bears Yarn: Rosie’s Acrylic Slub DK – My Review

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Thank you for coming to read my review on this fantastic new yarn that is being launched tomorrow (Sunday the 24th of April), it’s been a pleasure to be involved in this project with Three Bears Yarn. As my regular followers will know I have had the pleasure of testing several of their yarns and I have enjoyed trying out every single one and this one has been no exception. I first tried this yarn before I became involved in the project so I hope you will view my review as a fair and honest. Continue reading

Three Bears Yarn: Rosie’s Acrylic Slub DK – Inspired by me!

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I hope you have been enjoying the last few posts all about Rosie’s Acrylic Slub and seeing what I have made so far with this yarn. I am looking forward to my post tomorrow as I will be sharing the sheep I made with this yarn, which you may have seen if you follow me on social media and I will be giving a detailed review on the yarn. It’s not long away till the launch now and I hope your all excited because I am :-).

I thought today I would go into how I have been involved in this project as I know I haven’t mentioned it over here on my blog, it’s only been posts via Instagram (also copied to Facebook and Twitter). It’s been an amazing opportunity for me and one I never expected to come my way but has meant more than words can say <3. As most of you know it’s been a very tough few months with my health and I found it very difficult as I wasn’t able to crochet as much, but one thing that kept me going was this project and being involved in getting it ready for release. I am so grateful for this opportunity and it’s one I will never forget. Continue reading

Three Bears Yarn: Rosie’s Acrylic Slub DK – My First Creation!

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I hope you all enjoyed my post yesterday and for those that were not sure what Slub yarn was do now 🙂 , I wasn’t sure what it was until I was given this yarn to try out and I soon became a big fan!

Today I thought I would share the first thing I made with this yarn, which was back in January as I was given the yarn to try when it was originally being trialled. I remember seeing the cone of yarn (what samples are often supplied on) for the first time and thinking “wow what is this?” and I was really surprised when I found out it was an Acrylic Slub yarn. I couldn’t wait to try it out and see what it was like as I had never used Slub yarn before. Continue reading

Three Bears Yarn: What is Slub Yarn?

So I’ve had the honour of a yarn inspired by and named after me from the lovely Three Bears Yarn , it’s called Rosie’s Acrylic Slub which is to be launched on 24th April. I was originally sent a sample of this during the trial period and was surprised by it in two ways, the first one is it was an Acrylic yarn that I liked (I’m really not a fan) and compared to other Acrylics I’ve tried this one is worlds apart in a good way. I was also surprised by the texture of the yarn and how versatile it has ended up being, I remember when working with it I had to keep reminding myself this is Acrylic! Continue reading