Walmart yarn mainstays

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Walmart HAS YARN!!

I about flipped a nugget when I found out and immediately ran to my local Walmart to find it!

I had ventured out to grab a few things and as always, my buggy’s have minds of their own and take me down the yarn isle…. Walmart really needs to fix their buggys. This time I was surprised to find the shelves mostly empty. Then I notice they had there “pog” hanging from the shelf’s… OHHHHH I got excited that wallyworld was getting new stock. I post this on my Instagram & Facebook page. One of my fellow crocheting friends comments and informs me Walmart is getting their own line of yarn!!! Before I could send out a thank you I’m in the car racing back to wallyworld to check this out.





This picture isn’t the best but it gives you a idea of the colors they have so far. I haven’t been back in a few days, I’m giving them time to finish adding the new stuff 😉 We will see what they have when I go back.


See how Red Heart snuck in there >>> ha ha


They don’t have many shades of 1 color but they have quite a few nice looking colors available so far. The Green and Blues are the only ones I found that had at least 2 or more shades. It was hard for me to choose and as always I tend to go for the neutrals so I ended up only getting 2 skeins for the time being. The temptation to buy 1 of each was incredible strong but I promised my self there will be plenty of time to buy more 🙂

This Review is MY Opinion. Solely mine, I’m not paid, I’m not bias, This is just how I feel and the facts from the information that is before me.


Now the nitty gritty… At first touch, these yarns are on the soft side. They aren’t super soft, its more like what Super Saver feels like now a days. They definitely aren’t scratchy.

These are the 2 colors I purchased..


As you can see They are a 4 weight, 5.5mm hook or needle, yardage 397 which makes it very comparable to “other” yarns. On the outside of the label is states Machine Wash & Dry BUT when you open the label there is a more detailed instructions on this… it’s actually Machine Wash in warm to cool water on Delicate, no bleach. Tumble dry on LOW heat & on Delicate, Do not Iron & Do Not Dry Clean.

Comes with a pattern like most. One pattern is a crochet, the other is knitting. They state on the outside label how much & what color you need for the pattern. This yarn is 100% Acrylic


With all new yarn & with doing reviews I ball up the yarn. By doing this I get to see the consistency, any defects, etc. I wouldn’t want to tell anyone false information. This way I get to see from start to finish with no surprises… we all have had those hidden surprises in a skein or two 😉

While balling this I noticed that the yarn has a “fuzzy” type look to it. Almost like your working with wool.


I also ran into a spot about half way threw the skein that looked alittle tattered. As I continued to pull… out popped the knot. This was not alot of tattering, mainly a few inches before and after the knot, then it went back to normal. This was the only 😦 oops I ran into. I have not balled up the second color as of yet so I can not tell you for sure if this is very common, slightly common or If I’m just the lucky person that always finds the skeins that have a knot in them hahaha.

I’m in the middle of making a project with this yarn and working with it has been a breeze. It’s easy to frog, keeps shape after frogging and looks warm and furry soft.


These are the squares I’ve been making with the yarn and you can see the texture it gives to this project.


For me, I’m a person that when designing I like to use “cheaper” yarn as I do Frog alot and don’t wanna wreck expensive yarn, This yarn is great. It’s comparable to some expensive yarns, it actually holds up better than some of my more expensive yarn.


It’s soft, Easy to work with, doesn’t catch on hook.. (metal & acrylic were used)

It holds up to abuse, washes & dry’s easy.

Has the look of a wool blend

It’s a basic 4 weight yarn good for many projects

And Who can complain about $1.97 skein of yarn?!?!?


To be completely frank with you the only con I found which really isn’t a big deal was the small section of tattering and the knot.


I do recommend trying this yarn for yourself… It’s a great yarn, just because it is less than 2 bucks does NOT in any way shape or form make this cheap and crappy. It will definitely be in my Stash supply…. as soon as I can make room somewhere or find another hiding spot hahaha 😉

Wishing Everyone a Wonderful Rest of your Week 🙂

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Walmart Mainstays Yarn Review

Walmart has their own brand of yarn? Yes, you heard that correctly. Walmart has released their own line of yarn called Mainstays yarn. I picked up this Mainstays yarn recently for some upcoming projects, so I thought I would tell you my own thoughts on it. Read on to see if Mainstays yarn is the right fit for you!

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I’m sure you’re familiar with the Walmart Mainstays brand. They have home décor, rugs, towels, you name it. Now that they have their own yarn line, I knew I had to pick some up for myself and try it out. The Mainstays yarn only seems to be available in select Walmart locations that have a bigger sized yarn department, but you could always purchase it online as well.

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When it comes to the Mainstays yarn, you get 397 yards (7oz) per skein of yarn. You can compare this to other major brands such as Red Heart Super Saver (364 yards or 7oz) and I Love This Yarn (355 yards or 7oz). Mainstays yarn is also super cheap, coming in at $1.97 per skein.

This yarn is considered a #4 worsted weight yarn. When looking at Red Heart Super Saver yarn, you can see that it’s slightly thinner. The recommended hook size is an I-9 or 5.5mm while the recommended needle size is a US 9 or 5.5mm. This yarn is 100% acrylic and is machine wash and dry.

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Mainstays yarn in white, Red Heart Super Saver in orange


I’ve been crocheting for years, and I can feel the difference between brands when working with them. Maybe you can feel the difference as well? The Mainstays yarn is soft, but it does feel a little cheap to me (that’s because it is). I can’t really put my finger on it, but once you work with it, you can tell that the fibers are just a little different.

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Comparing this to Red Heart Super Saver, Mainstays feels softer, but not as soft as I Love This Yarn (if you’ve ever worked with ILTY, you know what I mean). As I mentioned above, the fiber of the Mainstays yarn feels a little different. I don’t know how to describe it exactly, but I feel like some small sections tend to be a little fuzzier than others. This did not deter me from working with this yarn, though.

As far as washing this yarn, I felt like it came out even softer than before. However, I did notice that it shrunk a little, which is something to keep in mind. It also became a little fuzzier as well. As mentioned, this yarn is 100% acrylic, which makes it a perfect candidate for charity crocheting/knitting.

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Overall, I’m pleased with the Walmart Mainstays yarn and feel like it’s a good value for the amount of yardage you get. It’s soft and comes in some great colors. However, I would like to see some variegated colors at some point. If you happen to be shopping at Walmart, I would check out your yarn section to see if this Mainstays line is available for you to try out.

Have you worked with this yarn before? What are your thoughts? Leave me a comment below and let me know. I’d love to hear from you!

Check out some of my other yarn reviews here:

Red Heart Super Saver

I Love This Yarn

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A Personal Debate: Mainstays Basic Yarn vs. Red Heart Super Saver Yarn

Recently, I was informed that Wal-Mart stores have started selling their own brand of fiber called Mainstays Basic Yarn. At the time I was notified of this new brand on the shelves, I was eager to check it out for myself. Unfortunately, I live in a somewhat rural community and the skeins had not made their way to my local Wal-Mart quite yet.

A short time later, I was able to get my hands on a skein of the Mainstays yarn and decided to do a comparison between Red Heart Super Saver and this new brand by Wal-Mart! This blog is entirely my own opinion, based on my personal observations debating two similar products.

Less money, less quality?

First observation, once I was able to find the product in the store, was the price. A skein of Red Heart Super Saver is $2.88 and the price of the Mainstays Basic Yarn is $1.97, so the obvious difference is the financial aspect. You are saving $0.91 per skein on the basic colors with the Mainstays brand. For those looking at the economic factor, this is a no-brainer. The Mainstays IS obviously less expensive. However, we all know that price is not always reflective of quality, and we all know the saying, “you get what you pay for.” Low prices can mean lower quality products. Keep that in mind when basing your comparison solely on economics – and yes, I do understand the importance of finances as a crafter on a budget, but one must consider other details as well.

Next, the volume of the skeins is equal – Each one weighing 7 oz. However, Red Heart Super Saver has 364 yards and Mainstays Basic Yarn has 397 yards. When we look at another obvious comparison, you get more for your money with Mainstays. I would like to insert a personal observation here: The Mainstays Basic Yarns are definitely a thinner fiber. Although you are getting “more” length in the skein, it actually feels “less.” You can even see when lined side by side, there is a fair amount of difference in how they compare next to one another. Having worked with Red Heart Yarns so frequently, it is hard to explain this, but their fiber has weight and thickness and feels somewhat sturdier versus the Mainstays Basic Yarn, which has a much thinner strand and feels lighter and less substantial. With Red Heart Super Saver, there is ample feel to my piece. The Mainstays yarn has a bit less volume and does not feel as abundant or as sturdy. I hope that makes sense. Both are 100% acrylic.

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(Photographed above: Red Heart Super Saver on the Left, Mainstays Yarn on the Right)


Soft but Found

The Mainstays definitely has a soft touch, but, like I mentioned earlier, it tends to lack that feeling of volume when you want something thick and warm or heavy such as a nice blanket, a winter hat, or a scarf, but it has decent softness nonetheless.

I found Mainstays Basic Yarns located ONLY in the Wal-Mart stores. Red Heart Yarns are available in, not only Wal-Mart, but several other craft stores, AND conveniently able to be ordered online. This is important for many who love the ease of online shopping or are unable to get to stores or choose not to shop at large retail shops such as Wal-Mart.

Another fact that I find important point to bring up, is that all Mainstays yarn products are made in China whereas the Red Heart Yarns are ALWAYS made in the USA. To many, this is a VERY important detail to consider when purchasing.

Shrinking options

I made two swatches out of both brands of yarn. I washed each swatch and noticed a slight bit of shrinking in the Mainstays yarn. You will need to keep that in mind when using this brand in sizing your projects. You may get more in a skein yet you may need to use more length in certain projects to adjust for shrinkage. I observed that both fibers have the same amount of stretch to them. I also noticed quite a bit of pilling with the Mainstays Basic Yarn with fuzziness as compared to the Red Heart Super Saver swatch. The Red Heart Super Saver block was also softer after one wash.

(Photo was taken after washed)

(Photo was taken after washed)

It took a while, but my local Wal-Mart recently started stocking this Mainstays yarn product on their shelves this past week; I noticed they are offering an assortment of basic solids in a rainbow of colors. The colors run similar to some of the Red Heart Super Saver yarn hues. Red Heart Yarns offers a MUCH larger selection of color, as well as a variety of other types of yarns and products, whereas the Mainstays offer this one type of yarn. Red Heart Super Saver yarn is not dye lotted which keeps color consistent with each skein of yarn you use.  So if you buy a skein of yarn, and 2 months later need the same exact color, you won’t have to worry about it being a different shade. I do not have information if Mainstays yarn does the same thing or not.

I hope this blog helps you as you explore the similarities and differences between these two products. Because of the limitation of the Mainstays yarn, I still find myself preferring the Red Heart Super Saver when choosing an economic and quality yarn product. Have you tried these two products? Leave your thoughts in the comment section!



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Reviewing Mainstays Yarn from Wal-Mart

A Review of Walmart’s NEW Mainstays Yarn Brand

Wait… Walmart has their own brand of yarn?! Yep! A new line of yarn has been released by Walmart – Mainstays yarn. I got my hands on some and I’ve had the chance to work with it. Read my independent Mainstays yarn review to see if this yarn is a good fit for you!

Review of Walmart's new Mainstays Yarn

Before we get started I want you to know that Walmart has no idea I’m writing this review. They did not provide me the yarn nor did they compensate me for writing about it. As always, I will share my true and honest opinion.  Alright, let’s get started!

Review of Walmart’s Mainstays Yarn

Sure, we’ve all seen the Mainstays brand at Walmart.  They have sheets, rugs, towels, home decor and now they have a Mainstays YARN too! Say whaaaa?? I’ve had the chance to purchase this yarn (although not at my nearest Walmart, it seems it is only available at the Walmarts with a decent sized yarn department at the moment).  I’ve had the chance to FEEL this yarn and I’ve had the chance to CROCHET with this yarn.

Mainstays Yarn Specifications

Do I love it? No. Do I hate it? No. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s dish.  😉

Mainstays Yarn Cost

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Walmart’s new Mainstays yarn is ridiculously inexpensive at just $1.97 per skein. Not only is it cheaper than any other comparable yarn (my favorite part!) but you get a bit more of it.  Available in a variety of solid colors with a whopping 397 yards per skein, this is slightly more yardage than the other major brands you may be familiar with. Brands such as Red Heart Super Saver (364 yards), Big Twist (371 yards), and I Love This Yarn (355 yards).

This means that while you do get more yardage, the Mainstays yarn is slightly thinner (and I do mean slightly thinner) than the other brands.

Worsted Weight Yarn Comparison

Let’s take a look, shall we?

Walmart's New Mainstays Yarn

As you can see with the Red Heart Super Saver on the left, Big Twist second from left, I Love This Yarn second from right and the Mainstays yarn on the right – the thickness of the four brands is allllmost identical.  But that doesn’t necessarily mean the feel of it is identical.

Worsted Weight Yarn Thickness

The Feel

As a crochet lover I can feel the difference between the brands as I work with them. Maybe you can also? The Mainstays yarn feels a bit cheaper to me, but then again… it is. At half the price of the other major brands, the feel of it is about what I expected. Just being honest. Don’t get me wrong, it is SOFT but as you work with it you can tell that the fibers are just… different.

Walmart's Mainstays Yarn

When crocheting with this yarn it feels softer than Red Heart Super Saver but not as soft as the I Love This Yarn (which, if you’ve worked with ILTY you’ll know what I mean).  As I mentioned above there are places where the yarn feels a bit… different. Like short sections of the yarn are more dense or less fuzzy?  I haven’t found the right word to describe the change in texture. This texture change, however, is NOT noticeable enough for me to stop using it.

Mainstays Yarn Review


I used about 900 yards of Walmart’s new Mainstays yarn to make my newest crochet pattern: a child size unicorn hoodie. In all of those 900 yards I found one knot. So I cut it out, rejoined and kept on keepin’ on. Meh, it happens with all brands. Again, not enough to make me stop using it.

Mainstays Yarn Review

Fiber content

This yarn is 100% acrylic. While this doesn’t matter to many of us, some people have an allergy to wool. Something to think about when gifting crocheted items for sure. Especially if you don’t know the person (or their list of allergies) well.


So… I made two identical swatches (15 dcs x 8 rows using the recommended size I hook) and I washed one of them. I wanted to see how much it would change after coming out – washed per the instructions on the label.  Check out the difference! The washed swatch is MUCH softer than the unwashed swatch, and it did shrink a bit as well. Hmmm…

Mainstays yarn washed swatch


Overall I am pleased with Walmart’s new Mainstays yarn. I wish they had variegated yarn options, but maybe that will come soon?  Would I go out of my way to purchase this yarn? Probably not. I will, however, pick up a skein or two when I hit up Walmart for the Mandala or Bernat Pop!

All things considered I give this yarn 3.5 out of 5 stars. Have you tried it?  How many stars would you give it? It gets a gold star for value, that’s for sure!

Walmart's Mainstays Chunky Yarn

Oh! And they have a chunky! I have not tried this yet but it is chunkier than Bernat Blanket and the value seems decent! If you’ve worked with the chunky I’m interested to hear what you think.

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Mainstays walmart yarn

  Well, I've been "forced" into creating a new crochet pattern (not really) and that would have been a fine and dandy situation if only I had the right color of PINK (yuck) in my stash... And since the pandemic seems to have reduced the stock of everything to almost nothing, I was forced to take my search for the color PINK (gross) to the Walmart yarn aisle (even grosser). And the only color of PINK (icky) they had was in a yarn I have yet to try, despite the low price: Mainstays 100% acrylic worsted weight yarn. I'm not done with the project, but this yarn has already earned itself a review... 

  I suppose I should add a disclaimer that I don't hate this yarn just because it's PINK (eww), but that does help me feel better about my negative opinion. Also, secondary disclaimer: Since I can't get my good camera to work right, I thought I'd try the phone camera. It was a bad idea.

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  The first feel of a skein of Mainstays acrylic isn't bad. It feels like: Classic acrylic yarn. Not like the different kinds they make now that are super soft, sleek or fluffy, but plain old acrylic yarn. It's not horrible, but it's not great. When you grab this yarn off the shelf, you know you're not getting anything special. At $2.46 a skein, it's an "okay" value. 

  Mainstays is the brand name Walmart slaps on everything from candles to bathroom fixtures, and now the Big Box has breached the yarn market. Just like the $19.99 end tables I bought just to have some furniture, I expect this to not be the greatest product. Considering that those tables have rubbed the color off  the legs onto my carpet, I would hope this yarn might be of slightly better quality. I haven't washed it yet, so I'll have to update about how that goes. But never mind that! Let's get to the problems I'm already having... 

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  Working the first few rounds of my project was miserable. I'm using a smaller hook than usual, so of course those first rounds will be hard... But my magic circle wouldn't tighten because the yarn kept catching, I split the yarn within the first few stitches and every other stitch afterwards, and when the hook goes in between the plies it causes the yarn to untwist and split even more.

  I wanted to keep working with the same hook despite the difficulty because I had already worked this pattern with another yarn... My hope was that these yarns would be interchangeable for the project. If I had a choice, I think I would only recommend this yarn as a last resort. There are many reasons why I'm not happy with the product, but let's start by comparing it to the other "cheap" yarn I'm using in my design:

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  The gauge of Mainstays acrylic is really close to Red Heart Super Saver, but it's just not the same. And it's not so far off that you can change a hook size to make the difference. So even though you could use it as an alternative, your pattern will come out just slightly different. There are quite a few yarns that are perfectly interchangeable with Super Saver, so that leaves this acrylic all by itself out there in the yarn world. That means if you want to make a project in more than one color, you'll need to pick from Walmart's stock of... Five. They had five colors. One was my second-most hated color, yellow. None of the others were neutral colors. It leaves you quite limited in choices, and the only other worsted-weight acrylic the local Walmart sells is... Red Heart Super Saver, which isn't exactly the same size.

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  If you had no other choice, I would say this doesn't seem like the worst yarn, but I do worry that this product won't hold up to use and washing over time. There is one thing that I've learned to look for when buying a new yarn, but it requires comparing it to something you're familiar with. Look at the details of these two yarns... Both yarn labels claim to be 7 oz. (198 g). Red Heart Super Saver says this weight will equal 364 yds. (333 m), while Mainstays acrylic measures out at 397 yds. (363 m). 

  More yardage equals more value, right? WRONG. A ball of yarn that is that same weight but different yardage means one of two things: Either it's a different gauge yarn that is slightly thinner than what you're comparing it to, or it is the same gauge yarn but contains less fiber content. I've found that if it's the latter reason, the yarn is usually loosely plied and splits easily. Typically it will also have that halo of loose fibers that will eventually turn into pills. And look what we have here:

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  That telltale halo is quite visible even when worked with a smaller-than -usual hook. Also, those little fuzzies are making it extremely difficult to work this project with the small hook. My work alternates between making a stitch, catching on fuzz, splitting the yarn; repeat. Because I've already created the first prototype with Red Heart Super Saver, I know this project doesn't have to be so frustrating. 

  Now, let's talk availability and price: Another downfall of Mainstays yarn is that you can only get it from Walmart. There are more colors available online, but as I mentioned there is a very limited stock in my local small-town hellhole. Now that I've moved, my only options for a craft store are one town south (the old hometown and not a really long drive) or one-and-a-half towns and one blinking yellow light north (about a 45-minute drive). 

  ...And then there's Walmart. The only other "grocery store" is a Save-a-Lot if that tells you how little there is here. There's a Mexican store that sells food too, but you can never get in there to park because it's right next to the bingo hall. But we have like four "dollar" stores! So anyway, enough about the town and back to the yarn... 

(Ooo, wait, I forgot to mention the PUBLIC shuffle board courts! Please help me...)

  Because I just wanted the right color of yarn right now and I stupidly thought a ball of some average PINK (gag) Super Saver shouldn't be hard to get from the Big Box Bastards, I had my mind set on leaving with what I needed for my project. Since the price for Mainstays ($2.46) was less than Super Saver ($3.44), maybe it would be a better deal, right? WRONG again. If you fight the pull of I-want-it-now Big Box Brain and do some internet shopping, you can currently find Super Saver at Joann's for $2.77. It's still more than the Mainstays yarn, but I'd rather pay the extra 30 cents for something better. Let's take an even closer look at this yarn, shall we?

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  The beginning of this skein pulled from the center with no problem. It took me like half a second to find the tail, and I've yet to find any knots or tangles. That's the best thing I can say about Mainstays! The beginning of the yarn was a bit kinked up, but that's no big deal, right? WRONG! (You've probably learned by now that's always the answer.) Taking a closer look at each of those crimped areas, you'll see loosely plied spots in the yarn, broken plies, and a slub-like formation that I think is extra fibers that got stuck in the machine and wound up back in the yarn. 

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  Comparing it again to Red Heart Super Saver, you can see without measuring that Mainstays has less wraps per in (WPI). Since there are all those spots where there are like NO wraps per inch, it's kind of hard to put it up to a ruler and actually measure the WPI anyway. The farther I work into the skein, the quality of the spin has not improved, and those slub-like spots are leaving bumps in my work.

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  To conclude my review, I think you could make stuff with this yarn. I wouldn't make anything wearable or something that will see frequent washings, but maybe you could make doilies or bags or rugs with Mainstays. I don't think it would be a good yarn for beginners because of the splitting. And did I forget to mention the squeaking? Working with Red Heart and the small hook was more difficult than I care for my work to be, but the Mainstays is irritating me to no end because with every stitch it makes a squeeeeeak sound that's something between a dying chicken and nails on a chalkboard. Do not work with this yarn near anyone with misophonia or if you have it yourself! I do not have this condition and I find the noise so annoying that I have to wear headphones while working.

  Given the chance to make the choice again, I would have taken my shopping trip online and waited for the product I wanted. I don't feel like I got a good deal with the cheaper yarn, and I'm not satisfied with the results of my project. I'm not working on this just to have another pattern to post, but because my son specifically requested for me to make him something. 

  If it was just for the creation of the pattern, I would still use this yarn to create a finished product because I could use it as an extra in photos. But to use Mainstays for something that's actually for somebody and will get used as more than a prop in the background of a picture... I'm just not satisfied with the fuzz, bumps, and overall uneven look that my current piece is showing. I think for a similar or lesser price, there are better "value" yarns available among us.

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