Learn How To Crochet with Red Heart Sashay

Sashay Ruffle Yarn
Learn how to Crochet with Red Heart Boutique Sashay

In today’s less, you will learn how to crochet using Red Heart Boutique Sashay.

I really never thought this was possible but then I reviewed another technique demonstrated by the Editor-in-Chief from Crochet Today Magazine. I realized the technique she was using on another project can apply to Sashay as well. Follow along with in my tutorial below.


  1. Laura Cesari

    I have a large stash of Sashay yarn. I am presently hooked on knitting or crocheting Barbie clothes. Do you know of any patterns that are available that will use this yarn. Thank you.

    • Mikey

      Not that I know have, I don’t think I have seen any show’n tell doing that with this yarn. I don’t see many barbie clothes in crochet these days. Shame really.

  2. Jacky Hylland

    Where can I buy sashay yarn. I can’t find it in the stores.

    • Mikey

      It was discontinued years ago. It still may be on Yarnspirations.com. I would try there. It’s way out of trend and I don’t think I have seen it in any craft stores for years. The patterns are still available though.

    • Kathleen Brule

      I have 2 denim color and 1 salsa. I inherited them and won’t use them if you want them. You’re welcome to them.

    • Sarah

      I find it at dollar tree quite often

  3. Valerie

    I’m sorry I’m using the sashay fabric pink with polka dots.

  4. Valerie

    Hi so I found this great new fabric! BUT I followed the YouTube video, and my scarf starts nice and fluffy but later on the chain shows and it’s like it stretches when I tried it on, and looks horrible. HELP! I don’t know why this is doing this. I’ve tried to redo it 4 times and each time is the same.

  5. Great video. I never knew anything about this yarn, and now I can’t wait to try it out.

  6. Has anyone seen any other patterns for this yarn? I love the way it looks, but I have like 8 scarfs that are identical except for the color. I would love to make something different,but all I can find are the same scarf and tutu patterns.

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