Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool Unbagging

Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool unbagging, review and photos of the finished product using their yarn and provided pattern.

Hi all! Today I wanted to share a “Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool Unbagging”

jimmy-bean-wool. Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool unbagging, review and photos of the finished product using their yarn and provided pattern.

 

I recently purchased the Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool, and just wanted to share it’s content, a short review and the final item I created with the pattern and yarn that came inside with anyone that might be interested in knowing a little more about these little bags (or big bags they call it?)

I share the unbagging with a video, because I think it feels just a little more personal and real to see a video of the yarn, and also because the Jimmy Beans Wool web page already has some pictures here and there, so video seems more interesting and a tad different.

Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool Unbagging Video

Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool Review

The whole set comes with:

  • A project bag
  • A pencil case type pouch,
  • A shawl stick
  • A shawl pattern
  • 3 different sample wool skeins that can be used with their pattern
  • A soak to block your finished project

 

They also have subscription bags that bring similar items, each month is something different, with different brands of yarn and different patterns.

To know more about this bag go: Jimmy Beans Wool HSN Big Beanie Bags

To know more about their subscription bags go to: Subscriptions

 

By the way, I purchased this bag myself, just if you were wondering. And loved their yarn and pattern. But if in the future they decide to send a bag or two for more unboxing and reviews, I will more than welcome them, haha 😀

 

I loved the pattern, and is the very first shawl I made, but I changed the pattern a bit and skipped the lace ending and made it completely solid instead.

Big Beanie Bag by Jimmy Beans Wool unbagging, review and photos of the finished product using their yarn and provided pattern.

You can also see the shawl stick in the photo.

I was very impressed with the quality of the yarn, and being my first time working with real merino wool, some of you that are yarn experts can understand why. It’s just NOT the same as working with acrylic!

The price is affordable considering is real wool, but of course is more expensive than acrylic yarn. Still, because it comes with much more than only yarn, the total value of what you receive is more than what you pay for. And because it comes with a pattern that uses the yarn that comes with the bag, you won’t be leaving it in your stash until you find the perfect pattern. It already comes with one!

 


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