Yarn Review: Bernat Maker Home Dec


I haven’t done a yarn review in a few months, but I’m not missing this month. This month’s yarn is Bernat’s Maker Home Dec yarn.

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Yarn Basics

Maker Home Dec is created by Bernat (a company under the Yarnspirations umbrella of companies)

Wash instructions: Machine wash in cool water, delicate setting; Tumble dry, low heat, delicate cycle

Solid colors: Cream, Black, Clay, Steel Blue, Aqua, Green Pea, Gold, Woodberry

Variegated colors: Pacific, Pebble Beach, Lilac Fence, Nautical, Retro, Fiesta, Sunset, Spice

Category 5 Bulky

Content: 72% cotton, 28% nylon

Weight: 250 g/8.8 oz

Length: 317 yards/290 meters

Comes in a center pull/outside in ball

 

Testing the Maker Home Dec Yarn

I like to try to pick a pattern from the manufacturer when I test out new yarn. For this yarn I picked the Bubble Bathmat. I picked the Lilac Fence variegated color for my bathmat.

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Soft yarn is always nice to work with, and Home Dec is a nice, soft yarn. It doesn’t split because it’s a tube of fabric instead of lots of strands together like other yarns.

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This is a bulky yarn and because it is you have to be careful of your hand cramping up. The pattern could be the reason for this. I would have to try out the yarn in another pattern to be able to tell if it’s the yarn or the pattern. As I was getting the link to the pattern I realized there’s an edging I didn’t do on my bathmat. I seemed to run out of yarn before I was supposed to.

The finished bathmat feels soft on my feet and is perfect for our bathroom. The floor gets rather cold in the winter so this mat will be a very welcome addition.

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Close-up of the finished rug

 

Full shot of the finished rug

Full shot of the finished rug

 

What home decor have you made out of yarn?

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