Cotton Crochet Yarn Soft Lace 158+ yds. *3 balls* "Camouflage Dots" (34/772)

Category Crafts Needlecrafts & Yarn Yarn

Current price $17.75

Listing type Fixed Price Item

Location Kankakee, Illinois 609** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 3

Bids 0

Seller yarnkissesbypam (247)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

Brand Unbranded

Fiber Content Cotton

Unit Of Sale Unit

Type 4 Ply

Shape Ball

Color Green

Style Plain

Weight 0 - Lace/Fingering

Suitable For Crochet

Product Line Organic

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This listing is for **3 balls**40-gram ball of 100%, non-mercerized, lace-weight yarn. The yardage is 14m or 158+ yards. This yarn is super soft and perfect for so many things, knitted or crocheted. Great for baby patterns that call for baby-weight yarn. Perfect for Christening Sets! IF YOU WANT 3 DIFFERENT COLORS, PLEASE EMAIL ME.
My yarns and accessories prices are being offered to include shipping!
This yarn's diameter is 1mm, which is equal to a size 10 bedspread-weight yarn. Most bedspread weight yarns are mercerized. The difference between this yarn and other mercerized bedspread weight yarns is it's SUPER SOFT and your garment has some body/bounce and has a wee bit of stretch to it.
This yarn's colors are vibrant! Please check my store as this yarn comes in UNIQUE VARIGATED COLORS, WITH VIBRANT PINKS, BLUES, YELLOWS, ORANGES, LIME, ETC. ALL THE COLORS KIDS LOVE TODAY!
Cotton is a year-round yarn. Cotton helps your body stay cool as it absorbs moisture and will keep your body warm when needed. Being a natural fiber, cotton allows your body to breathe and regulates your body temperature. Cottons (with proper care) will last for years. Therefore, in the long run, cotton is cheaper than man-made fibers. Cottons are great to make HEIRLOOM baby garments that (with proper care) can easily be passed down.
Machine wash on delicate or hand wash; use a mild soap and just a small amount of fabric softener. Machine dry on delicate; I take my cottons out a bit damp and lay them flat to finish drying. Sometimes, when wet, cottons can stretch; a little heat helps them bounce back from stretching. However, too much heat may make them shrink. Lay your cottons flat to dry; do not hang them. Also, do not lay your cottons in the sun to dry; shade is okay. Most dyes in yarns are colorfast but not sunfast.
My yarn store is starting out small. All profits for the next year or so are reinvested back into my store to help build the quantities and colors of my lines of yarn, as well as add new lines of yarns with interesting fibers and fiber blends.
Soon, I plan to offer pattern books as well as my own patterns written for each line of yarn. With my patterns (not the purchased books) will be free with the purchase of sufficient yarn. I have so many ideas and patterns for just not sweaters but baby garments and items, household items, hat, shoes and slippers, purses, dolls, too much to mention.
Thank you so much for buying my yarn. I appreciate feedback as this will help Ebay allow me to list more items. My goal is to become your favorite yarn store that offers a growing variety of yarns and natural fibers and cool things to make.
If you have any questions, please email me. Thank you again! Pam

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