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Lily Sugar 'N Cream Yarn, 14 Ounce Cone, Soft Ecru, Single Ball
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- Gauge: 4 - med Worsted, 100% USA Grown Cotton
- Crochet Gauge: 13 sc and 14 rows with a 5 mm (U.S. H/8) crochet hook
- Knitting Gauge: 20 sts and 26 rows with a 4.5 mm (U.S. 7) knitting needle
- 14 oz/400 g, 706 yds/645 m
- Care: Machine wash and dry
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Lily Sugar 'n Cream Cotton Cones yarn is 100% USA Grown cotton yarn. Sugar 'n Cream is a versatile worsted weight yarn, that’s great for small projects like dishcloths and potholders, to home décor staples like afghans! Available in a wide variety of shades, including neutrals, brights, and pastels. Conveniently machine washable and dryable for easy care.
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Once the finished product is ready, this yarn feels so good in your hands when you're washing dishes. No commercially made dish rag could compare. I've found that most of the dish rags I've made with this brand will last a minimum of a year. This was, of course, in the early stages of learning to make them. Now, with a bit more practice, I do have many that have lasted for more than two years, so far. So, this yarn is good and durable and will make a quality product.
The other thing I like is that it comes in the 14 oz. cone. This offers an ample supply to keep up with the production level I enjoy. I will definitely be buying more of these!
This yarn is quite stiff and I also use it to make amigurimi (little dolls/stuffed animals), since it holds its shape well. In my opinion, this would NOT be a good yarn for scarves, sweaters, beanies, or things that you would prefer to be very soft. The yarn is extremely dense and this makes for great dishcloths, but terrible scarves.
The only downside is that they do not make this yarn with organic cotton. As cotton is one of the crops that uses large amounts of pesticides, which has great environmental reprecussions, I would prefer to purchase organic cotton. Hopefully one day that will be an option.