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This beautiful yarn is grown organically without the use of pesticides and herbicides. The yarn has a roving yarn core that is wrapped with fine threads which results in a luxurious texture. The yarn is hand harvested and brushed.

* Fiber: Organic Cotton
* Color: Celery Green
* Quantity: 1 Center Pull Skein
* Weight: 50g / 1.75oz.
* Length: Approx. 70yds
* Gauge: 16st, 24 rows / 4" - 4.5mm (#8 Needles)
* Category: Worsted
* Care Instructions: Hand or machine gentle in lingerie bag, cool water, gentle soap with like colors. Lay flat to dry.
* Grown and dyed in Peru

Ships via
USPS First Class within the US
USPS First Class International to most countries outside of the US
USPS Registered Mail to Mexico

I enjoy working with organic cotton yarn because it is so soft. This yarn is dyed using eco-friendly methods. This dyeing process results in subtle variations which add to the unique beauty of this yarn. Here is an added tidbit... This is Fair Trade Organic Cotton Yarn which means that the workers are paid a fair price and work under environmentally friendly conditions.

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SALE Worsted Organic Cotton Yarn Green Plant Dyed, Destash Organic Yarn, Last One

Overview

  • Material: plant dyed organic cotton
  • Ships worldwide from New Jersey, United States
  • Feedback: 286 reviews
  • Favorited by: 151 people