What To Do With Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn

What To Do With Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn

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Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn

Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn

What To Do With Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn

A steady and one of my favourite yarns is Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn. It’s like crocheting with a cloud. There are two things you need to know about this yarn.

Number 1… If you are new to crochet and or struggle with locating stitches, you want to stick with open work projects like Granny Squares with this yarn. It’s difficult to see the stitches and you need to use your finger tips to feel for the stitches. For open work like Granny Squares, you don’t need to worry about it and can blaze along just nicely.

Number 2 – If you are experienced with crochet, you shouldn’t have too much of a problem. You will use your finger tips to feel the open stitches that you can physically cannot see. This applies to projects where there really isn’t any gaps to give you key open stitches. It’s doable but requires experience.

Generally, I have crocheted several blankets and ideas with this yarn without any difficulties. I enjoy the thickness. My one friend just loves this yarn beyond believe for her grown up boy. He loves snuggling under it while watching TV. She’s even made a full double size blanket in a massive granny square using this yarn. It’s super quick as it’s bulky and super soft.

Overall, I enjoy this yarn. It’s bulky look makes for relatively quick projects.

Yarn Story

Tested for Harmful Substances

Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn has been tested for harmful substances and approved according to the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification, so you can stitch on with the confidence that your baby is wrapped up in a project made with care.

Women’s Choice Award 2016 & 2017

9 out of 10 customers recommend Bernat Baby Yarns and we think you’ll agree! With a range of yarns this soft and colorful, you can find the perfect choice for your baby.

Bernat Pipsqueak is a bulky weight yarn that is quick and easy to work with, making it perfect for last minute baby gifts like snuggly baby blankets!

  • Fuzzy, textured baby yarn
  • Content: 100% Polyester
  • Ball Size: 100g / 3.5 oz, 92 meters / 101 yards
  • Care: Machine wash and dry
  • Gauge: 5 – Bulky
  • Knitting Gauge: 11 sts and 16 rows with a 5.5 mm (U.S. 9) knitting needle
  • Crochet Gauge: 9 sc and 12 rows with a 5.5 mm (U.S. I/9) crochet hook
  • Use for: Knit and crochet last minute baby gifts

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Some free and paid patterns. The ones with Paid Pattern are featured in a Booklet by Bernat. Links for each picture directs you to the patterns. I have indicated which ones are free for your convenience.

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4 thoughts on “What To Do With Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn”

  1. Brenda Olson says:

    How do you make a crocheted double crochet blanket with bernat pipsqueak yarn.
    That is
    Brenda

    1. Marina King says:

      I personally use half double crochet when using the Pipsqueak, I find it’s the easiest to do, and I don’t really have to look or concentrate. Double crochet would be done the same way you would do it with any other yarn, you just have to go more by feel than by sight where its a fluffy yarn.

  2. Diane says:

    Hi
    I love the pictures that you’ve included from the Bernat Pattern book for babies Bernat 530209. Unfortunately the book is out of print – any idea how to obtain a copy of the book. I’ve checked ebaby and a number of online book pattern sights. Thanks for you great website.

  3. Vicky Heimbecker says:

    I’m working on a C2C baby blanket right now with Funny Bunny Pipsqueak. My label says machine wash, but lay flat to dry – not machine dry.

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