I hate when I take the time and trouble of knitting up a scarf or sweater for a child and after a few washes, the garmet starts to look shabby. Little balls start to collect and hang on the garment. These little balls are called pills and they make a knit or crochet piece of clothing look nasty. Deborah Norville, host of NBC's Inside Edition, is an avid fiber arts hobbyist. She has a whole line of yarns, but her Everyday Yarn, is wonderfully soft and it does not pill, so garments look nice and new no matter how many times they are washed.
Everyday Yarn is 100 percent acrylic and each skein contains 4 ounces or 203 yards of yarn. It comes in a variety of colors. The solids come in white, blue, yellow, red, pink, green, purple, brown, black and ecru with a few more shades for 12 total solid colors. The variegated or patterned yarn comes in all kinds of colors from muted shades to bright color combinations for a total of 24 choices. The nicest thing about the yarn is that it is so soft, much softer than most other 4-ply yarn. It floats when worn and looks very pretty and elegant. I am in the process of making a baby blanket with some red Everyday yarn. I usually use baby yarn for baby projects because it is much softer than regular yarn. I have no worries with Everyday yarn, because it is soft enough for a baby, but adults like it too. It is very easy to use as it does not split and it does not tangle either while you are knitting.