We’re Having A Sale! Check Out This Yarn & These 12 Patterns You Can Crochet With It

Hello everyone! Tara here—

Is there anything better than finding out your favorite yarn is on sale?!

If you haven’t had the chance to use Premier’s Anti-Pilling Everyday Worsted Yarn, you have to. It’s one of my absolute favorites to use and there are so many things you can do with it.

Premier Yarn Sale

The yarn is soft and silky and works up so smoothly. There’s no splitting and the stitches don’t try moving on you as you’re working with it.

It’s anti-pilling too, which means that you won’t get those annoying little puffs of fluff that pop up after you’ve been using your project for a while. It’s 100% acrylic, so you can put it in your washer and dryer.

Add to that an incredible drape on garments, afghans, accessories and wall hangings and you’ll see why it’s one of my favorites to work with.

And it’s on sale at Annie’s Craft Store! You can get two skeins of yarn (a total of 406 yards) for just $4.99.

That’s cheaper than most yarns on the market, and the quality of this yarn is incredible!

You can check it out HERE.

Here are a few stunning projects that you can get make with it:

# 1: Stripes & Tassels Tote

Stripes and Tassels Tote
Stripes & Tassels Tote Designed By Kathleen Berlew

I can never seem to have enough tote bags. This one is perfect for your current project or for a quick trip to the grocery store! Make it in shades of white and gray, or have fun and use a unique color combo like Ink Blue with Peach Melba.

# 2: Lexington Brimmed Hat

Lexington Brimmed Hat
Lexington Brimmed Hat Designed By Jenia Daugherty of Jenia’s Designs

You can use this hat all year long, and you’ll have plenty of yarn leftover to make a matching scarf (or a second hat).

# 3: Madison Scally Cap

Madison Scally Cap
Madison Scally Cap Designed by Jenia Gaugherty of Jenia’s Designs

Like the hat before, you can use this one all year long and, with vintage designs coming back into style, you’ll be on-trend with this one.

# 4: Marjorie Stitch Sampler Scarf

Marjorie Stitch Sampler Scarf
Marjorie Stitch Sampler Scarf Designed By Tonya Bush

Who doesn’t love to learn new stitches? Extra large scarves are my favorite too, and this one is so much fun to make. Imagine it in the shades Snow White, Sage, and Peach Melba!

# 5: Siamese Cat Silhouette Scarf

Siamese Cat Silhouette Scarf
Siamese Cat Silhouette Scarf Designed By Lisa McDonald

If you’re a cat person or you know someone who loves cats, this scarf is a must-make!

# 6: One-Row Ruana

One-Row Ruana
One-Row Ruana Designed By Angela Ader

Wearable blankets are so cozy and convenient. This one would look incredible in the shades Mulberry and Dune.

# 7: Comfortable in Gray

Comfortable in Gray
Comfortable in Gray Designed By Geraldine Freedman

The texture of this pullover is a showstopper! Make it in the original gray shade, or use any of the other stunning shades offered by Premier. You really can’t go wrong with this one.

# 8: Piedmont Pullover

Piedmont Pullover
Piedmont Pullover Designed By Britt Schmiesing

You have so many different options with this sweater. You can make it in Mulberry, Snow White and Mist or you can make it in Honeymilk, Natural Pearl and Snow White if you want to play with neutrals. You can even make it in Mulberry, Dune, and Peach Melba. Get creative with your color combinations for this one!

# 9: Antique Rose Afghan

Antique Rose Afghan
Antique Rose Afghan Designed by Rena V. Stevens

The bobbles and roses on this blanket use up quite a bit of yarn, so this sale gives you the perfect chance to make this stunning afghan. Snow White, Mist and Peach Melba will look incredible with this design, but you can also use Snow White, Sage, and Mulberry.

# 10: Beekeeper Afghan

Beekeeper Afghan
Beekeeper Afghan Designed By Lisa van Klaveren

Imagine this afghan in the shade Honeymilk! It would look great in any of the yarn colors, but the Honeymilk shade is calling my name for this one.

# 11: Home Afghan

Home Afghan
Home Afghan Designed by Britt Schmiesing

This is another design that you can make in any color to have it match your living room. Snow White and Inky Blue or Indigo would make it look like the afghan in the photo, but Snow White and Sage or Natural Pearl and Chinchilla would also look incredible.

# 12: Somersault Throw

Somersault Throw
Somersault Throw Designed By Kathleen Berlew

This throw blanket would look great in any of the shades on the website. You can pick whatever color matches your home décor and you’re guaranteed to have a blanket that everyone will be asking about.

Happy Stitching!


Let us know how what projects you’re working on in the comment section!

– Tara Orchard, Editor of Crochet! Magazine

Need more inspiration? Check out Annie’s Craft Store for more incredible crochet patterns!