Cotton and Acrylic Long Space Dyed Cake Ball Yarn
This multipurpose yarn can be used for knitting, crocheting and a variety of crafts—it's ideal for any project! Its versatile worsted weight is great for garments, accessories. Available in a range of vibrant, variegated shades, each ball features four bright colors.
You choose whether to start knitting from the outside or from the center - as a result there will be a different arrangement of colors.
Product Type: HT-1490
Brand: Lucky Weaver
Material: 45% cotton and 55% acrylic
Ball Size: 100g / ball
Yarn Count: 2.03NM(100g=203m)
MOQ: 100kilogram / per color
Service: Free sample, OEM.
Certification: BSCI, SGS, OEKO-Tex
Fiber Content: 45% cotton and 55% acrylic
Yarn weight: 3 DK Weight: Approx 100g, Appro 203m; One skein only
Crochet gauge: 18 sc and 22 rows with a 3.5 mm crochet hook
Knitting gauge: 20 sts and 26 rows with a 3.5 mm
Usage: This acrylic and cotton blend yarn is an ideal option for both knit and crochet accessories.
Care Instructions: This soft yarn is conveniently suitable for machine wash and dry, but do not bleach or iron.
Raw material: cotton ,acrylic, polyester, nylon, wool, alpaca, merino, mohair,linen,viscose fibers on so on.
Spinning: twisting or crocheting
Dying: we have our own dying factory, and our biggest dye vat can dye 3000 pounds one time. We can dye the yarn as customers’ request, solid colors and print colors are both acceptable.
Balling: We have about 20 balling production line, and the daily output can be about 6 tons.
Our yarn comes in a variety of types of packaging.
Skein: A rectangular shaped ball of yarn which often has a center-pull.
Ball: A spherical ball of yarn.
Packing: Brand labels around the balls. (can use customers’ own label design). Then put the balls in a plastic bags, the quantity of the balls are customized, usually 5, 6,10,12 balls per bag. Bags are put into cartons for shipping.
Hand-knitted garments are not as resilient to repeat washing as machine-made clothes, therefore need to be treated with extra care. There are three different ways to launder knitwear: hand-washing, machine-washing and dry cleaning. Before laundering, read the washing instructions on the ball band of the yarn. If in doubt as to whether a yarn is machine-washable, do not cross your fingers and chance it. A decision like that could result in your beautiful knitted garment shrinking to doll size.