We Crochet Stroll Tonal Yarn Review

Two blue hanks of We Crochet Stroll Tonal Yarn being held in hands
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It’s another Yarn Review Saturday here and today we’re taking a look at some We Crochet Stroll Tonal Yarn. I’ve been checking out a lot of fingering weight yarns the last few weeks and this will be my last one for a bit while I work through some projects. A little while ago, I did a review of We Crochet’s Stroll Tonal Mini Packs and started a project with that. This week’s yarn, We Crochet Stroll Tonal is from the same yarn line.

This yarn was provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

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Before we get into our yarn review, let’s go over the yarn label information so we know what we’re talking about here:

We Crochet Stroll Tonal Yarn:

  • Current Number of Colourways Available: 19. Check them out HERE.
  • Fiber Content: 75% superwash merino and 25% nylon
  • Weight: 1 (Fingering)
  • Package Size: 100g
  • Yardage: 460 yd / 422 m
  • Suggested Hook Size: 2.25 – 3.5mm(B – E)
  • Suggested Needle Size: 2.25 – 3.25mm (US 1 – 3)
  • Crochet Gauge: 21 – 32 scs = 4″
  • Knitting Gauge: 7 – 8 sts = 1″
  • Care: Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low
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WeCrochet Stroll Tonal Yarn next to some swatches with a Furls crochet hook & Scissors

Check out the video review of We Crochet Stroll Tonal yarn:

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So far, of all the fingering weight yarns I’ve tried from We Crochet, my favourite has been the Muse Hand Painted Fingering Weight yarn. The colours are just lushious. But We Crochet Stroll Tonal is a very close second. I love We Crochet’s Hawthorne fingering weight yarn too but no only does this tonal yarn’s colours work up beautifully, it’s incredibly soft.

This plump little fingering weight yarn was a pleasure to crochet with. I had no issues with splitting. For my swatches, I did one in basic crochet stitches and another in tunisian crochet stitches. For my tunisian swatch, I used the colourway Blue Yonger and it was a dream. Blue is my favourite colour and this colour way just speaks to me. The tunisian swatch is plush and soft. I did Tunisian Simple Stitch on the bottom of my swatch and Tunisian Knit Stitch at the top.

For my basic crochet stitch swatch, I used the colour way Frozen Tonal. I started this swatch with single crochet stitches and then followed with rows of half double crochet and then double crochet stitches. This colourway is very subtle and actually reminds me of the movie frozen. I think these two colourways together could make a beautiful project.

We Crochet Stroll Tonal yarn in Frozen in a crochet swatch
Blue Yonder tonal yarn tunisian crochet swatch.

When I did my review of We Crochet’s Stroll Gradient yarn, I wanted to make a pair of socks with that yarn but I think a pair of socks with the tonal yarn would be absolutely dreamy as well. But this yarn would be great for garments, shawls, accessories and more.

Thanks for checking out my yarn review. Have you tried Stroll Gradient yet? What did you think? What would you make with it? Let me know what you thought in the comments below!

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