When you’re planning on the ‘no compromise’ knitting/crocheting project, you only want to choose the highest quality yarn. While we generally prefer ordinary, over the counter yarns for our daily projects, it doesn’t hurt to splurge on expensive yarn once in a while. In fact, using higher quality yarns can also improve your skill and also help you create projects that you might be surprised at. With tons of yarn available in the market, you have to be selective about what kind of yarn is the highest quality and the type that has been made with the utmost care. If you’ve ever held yarn before or knitted using a pair of needles, you know that no yarn is made equal and there is almost certainly a noticeable difference between each.