Review of Cascade Aereo Yarn
See what Cascade Aereo yarn is like! I’ll show and tell you what it’s like to work with and show you my swatches.
Cascade Yarns Aereo is an interesting yarn. It is constructed by blowing merino wool and baby alpaca fibers into a nylon tube. The fiber content is 47% Merino Wool, 31% Baby Alpaca, and 22% Nylon. It is a worsted weight/4/medium yarn that needs to be hand washed and laid flat to dry. It’s a little fuzzy and very soft!
Thanks to Cascade Yarns for providing me with a few skeins of Aereo! I used them to design this beginner-friendly, free crochet pattern, Ada Shrug. This cozy blanket shrug is lightweight, comfy, and casual. Go to the free crochet pattern by clicking here!
Then see my video review below!
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