Camel Brown 100% Cotton Cone
This cotton is durable, soft and sustainable. A completely natural fibre. Our cotton range knits as 4ply but can be doubled as a DK for those chunkier knits. Our cotton is perfect for dyers as it is so absorbent, but if you prefer your yarn ready-to-knit we have a range of beautiful pastel colours. Find a Free Crochet Pattern for this range here.
What can I make with it? This natural collection is ideal for hand knitting, crochet, machine knitting, weaving and dying.
- 400g cone
- Needle Size: 4mm+
- 100% Cotton Yarn
- 1 end knits to 4Ply
- Approximate meterage: 1880 Meters
Handwash or 30 ® machine wash on wool cycle
Do not rub or hand wring
Cotton yarn is great for knitting household items such as towels, rugs, pillows, market bags, washcloths, pot holders, and by far the most popular. The cotton makes for a very soft yarn. It’s machine-washable and, over time, cotton actually gets softer with more use. It is also perfect for dying as the cotton absorbs the colour well.
Our cotton is durable, soft and sustainable, and is the best material choice if you’re looking to make a dishcloth or a washcloth. We even have a free pattern for you here , we’ve used a combination
stitch (similar to a Suzette stitch) to create a beautiful soft texture and a pretty scalloped edge. The textured finish also makes this pattern practical for use in the kitchen or as a gentle exfoliating face cloth for the bathroom.
If you make one of our cotton dishcloths, we’d love to see it! Remember to tag us on Instagram using @Woolyknit or send us your photos in an email. We can’t wait to see what colour combinations you choose.
When our partners are dyeing our wool, they are fully in compliance with REACH-Ordinance (EC) No.1907/2006, whilst also achieving the above standard they are accredited to OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 norm.
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If you ever find yourself needing a little more assistance you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01457 879400. We are always available on social media too, give us a message and we will get back to you with your wool questions as soon as we can whether it’s about our British Wool, Merino Wool or even our Acrylic. Our in-house knitter can also help with any knitting patterns, even our free patterns.
We always love to see what our Woolyknitters have been creating using our yarn, so each month we love to share your amazing creations here on our blog in our series ‘Your Wooly Knits’! If you want your project to be featured next month, make sure you tag us on Instagram using @Woolyknit or use the hashtag #Woolyknit.