What happened to Red Heart Yarn website?

What happened to Red Heart Yarn website?

Almost everything from Red Heart’s website was moved to Yarnspirations.com, including your account information, past orders, and Wishlist items. You can activate your account by logging in here and resetting your password.

Who bought Red Heart yarn?

Red Heart Yarn is a yarn brand created by Coats & Clark. In January of 2019, Spinrite acquired the North American division of Coats & Clark. Red Heart Yarn was first introduced in 1936. Red Heart Yarn has been loved for decades.

How many chains do you need for a scarf?

If you want your scarf to be 5 inches wide, then that would be 20 chains. For a thinner yarn, it might be 1/8 inch wide per chain, so you’d want to double that to 40 chains. If it’s a really chunky yarn, you could probably do 10-12 chains.

Is Yarnspirations an American company?

Our patterns and yarn are produced by Patons North America.

Where is Red Heart yarn manufactured?

Georgia USA
Red Heart Super Saver yarn is made in Albany, Georgia USA.

Is Red Heart yarn made in China?

Red Heart has been making quality yarns for over 75 years and we are pleased to say that 7 of our yarns are made right here in the USA! We are proud to bring these products to you at a great value and we thank you for using them lovingly in your projects.

How wide should a scarf be for a man?

Scarf Width & Length – Width should be from 6 to 14 inches, length from 50 to 90 inches, although an average height man wants a scarf at least 60 inches and a larger man should look for one in the 70 inch range.

How long should a men’s crocheted scarf be?

The average length of a crochet scarf pattern is 65 inches long. This accounts for a variation between men and women. A crochet scarf for women should be anywhere between 54 and 65 inches long. A scarf for men should be about 70 inches long.

Can you sell items made from Yarnspirations patterns?

Our patterns are only available for home craft-knitters and not for commercial use. However, you are permitted to sell your completed item at a small scale, e.g. a small craft fair or church bazaar, under the stipulation that you credit the brand of yarn you used and credit our website: https://www.yarnspirations.com.