Sunday, February 8, 2015

Yarn Review: Vesuvio from Adriafil

Isn't this yarn gorgeous?  The Adriafil Yarn Company recently sent me some of their beautiful Vesuvio yarn to try out.  Vesuvio by Adriafil is 50% wool, 50% acrylic. Each 50 gram ball comes in 8 colors and I was given the "Plum" (22) colorway to try out. 

In addition to the color I was given, Vesuvio comes in a total of 8 different equally pretty colors. Below are the available colors, which one is your favorite?


20 beige
21 yellow
22 plum
23 petroleum
24 blue
25 red
26 mud brown
27 black

I love the color I was given softy colored, with little flecks of orange, giving it a thick and thin texture.  The yarn has lots fibery detail, giving it an overall heathered appearance as well.  It is soft and pleasant to work with.

As soon as I saw it, I envisioned exactly what I was going to do with it...above is a sneak peek of a new free pattern coming soon!  As you can see, it has a soft, cozy appearance, but still retains much of it's stitch definition.  I love those unexpected little pops of orange that show up when working a stitch too.

To learn more about Vesuvio, please visit the Adriafil site here:
More information about the yarn here...
To inquire about purchasing, contact the company at:

Happy stitching everyone!

Note: All opinions are my own. I was gifted this yarn, read my disclosure policy here.

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