Lily Sugar 'n Cream Sage Lily Sugar 'n Cream Yarn - Cone (4 - Medium)

Sage Lily Sugar 'n Cream Yarn - Cone (4 - Medium) by Lily Sugar 'n Cream

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Yarn Weight: 4-Medium (Worsted)

Yarn Ball Weight: 14 oz. / 400 g

Yarn Ball Length: 706 yards / 645 m

Knitting Tension: 20 sts - 26 rows = 4" (10 cm)

Crochet Tension: 13 sc - 14 rows = 4" (10 cm)

Suggested Needle: 4.50 mm, US - 7

Suggested Crochet Hook: 5.00 mm, US - H/8

Content: 100% Cotton (French: 100% Coton)

  • 5

    Posted by Dani on 2021 May 19th

    Easy to work with on the cone, beautiful colour and a great texture. It’s knitting up fabulously and it was a bargain compared to other cotton yarn.

  • 4
    beautiful color

    Posted by Unknown on 2020 Dec 22nd

    love to mix it with soft ecru

  • 4
    Excellent Value

    Posted by Marion on 2020 Jul 24th

    I purchased 3 of these cones with the spindle and found that it's much less annoying to unravel than a skein would be--you don't have to deal with any snags at all. One cone had no knots or flaws; one had a knot; one had 2 knots and a length of over-twisted yarn, like string. The yarn is normally loosely twisted and therefore splits easily, but is soft enough to wear next to skin in a sweater. I did make sweaters and found that they take a long time to dry compared to wool or acrylic. Drying completely in the dryer is not a good idea though, because this yarn is not pre-shrunk. Drying for half an hour in the dryer and then laying flat with a fan on it might avoid shrinkage. When I dried one sweater completely in the dryer I lost about 4" in length.

  • 5
    Cotton yarn

    Posted by Kath on 2019 Aug 22nd

    Nice yarn. A bit darker than I thought it was going to be

  • 4
    Knotted joins in yarn

    Posted by Sally on 2017 Aug 6th

    Love this yarn - love the colour and the quality. However, I have come across several knotted joins which is extremely annoying!