New Colours Added to Caron One Pound

Caron One Pound Century Collection
Caron One Pound Century Collection
Caron One Pound Century Collection

New Colours Added to Caron One Pound

The colour specialists of Yarnspirations has whipped up some new colours just in time for Fall 2019. The Caron Century Collection is part of Caron One Pound Yarn. If you haven’t clued in, Century Collection is referring to over 100 years of yarn making by Caron Yarns.

Both Caron One Pound and Caron Jumbo have some new colours to enjoy. If you are feeling like you need something fresh, check out the New Colours of the Century Collection.

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8 Comments

  1. Rita Roehrig

    I am looking for Limeade caron yarn.

    • Mikey

      Have you tried contacting Yarnspirations? They make this yarn and would know where it is sold or if it’s out of stock or been discontinued.

      • Rita Roehrig

        Good morning Mikey,
        Thank you so much. I will try Yarnspirations.
        Rita

  2. LATONYA HARRIS

    Hello Mikey,
    I purchased several skeins of Caron One pound online @ Joann’s in multiple colors. I have one color (Azure) that looks like the Caron simply soft yarn. It is softer and more lustrous than the other color skeins: Hosta, Canal and Aqua. I want to order more but I can not tell from the photos if the item is the same. Are you aware of Caron One pound yarns that have the same look and feel as Caron simply soft?

    • Mikey

      The new Caron Ombre feels much closer. The acrylic used isn’t the same. Caron Simply Soft is Premium Acrylic (better quality), which is reflected in the pricing of this brand. Caron One Pound is Value Acrylic so they can sell it at $10 bucks. If Caron One Pound was premium acrylic, the yarn ball would most likely be double the price but just as soft. People generally are very value-conscious, a premium acrylic in a 1 pound weight would most likely collect dust on shelves as people don’t realize the difference of the quality and see a ball size and make assumptions. It’s really too bad though, I think you are onto something in thought here, but I think realistically, (this yarn being American), would likely not be purchased at this quality level.

  3. Sherri Conrad McDonald

    Is the yarn in the Caron one pounder century collection thicker than the Caron one pounder?

    • Mikey

      No it should be the same. It’s just a different colour palette.

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