In case you haven't heard, subscription boxes are all the rage, and there is literally a subscription box for everything. Seriously, I mean everything. Not that I am complaining, It's fun to try them out. Plus, it makes for some exciting mail days.
After canceling my birchbox subscription in effort to keep sample sized products from taking over my home, I decided it was time to try a new subscription box. I stumbled upon the yarnbox while browsing knitting related hashtags - a new favorite past-time of mine.
I signed up for three yarn boxes. I felt like this would give me a pretty good idea as to what they were like. This box was a bit different than others I have had - I had to pay the total for the three months up front, as opposed to a monthly payment.
My first box came with yarn from Neighborhood Fiber Co. It's absolutely stunning, as you can see above. The color, called Edgewood, is really rich and resembles a deep emerald color. I love the color and feel like it isn't something you can just find anywhere. I got two hanks of this yarn along with 2 downloadable patterns and a pattern card. Each hank of yarn is valued at $23 so I feel like the price of the box was definitely worth it.
I cannot wait to start working with this yarn!