Looking for a soft, supple yarn perfect for warm weather accessories? Look no further than ABCwools Cotton Yarn! Made from 100% natural cotton, this yarn is smooth, cool, and full of versatility. It’s perfect for everything from knitting tops and home furnishings to amigurumi toys. And because it’s made from natural fibers, it’s also comfortable to wear next to the skin. So whether you’re looking for a year-round yarn or something special for summertime projects, ABCwools Cotton Yarn is the perfect choice!


1. What is ABCwools Cotton Yarn made of?

Our yarn is made of 100% natural cotton, which makes it soft, absorbent, and durable. It's also hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for those with sensitive skin. ABCwools Cotton Yarn is a high-quality yarn made from 100% natural cotton fiber. It's soft and absorbent, making it ideal for a wide range of projects including baby clothing, blankets, and towels.  

2. What projects is ABCwools Cotton Yarn best suited for?

Our yarn is versatile and can be used for a variety of projects, including knitting, crocheting, and weaving. It's also ideal for summer garments since it's lightweight and breathable.  

3. How much ABCwools Cotton Yarn do I need for a project?

For most projects, you will need approximately 1 skein of yarn per 100 grams. However, this may vary depending on the tension of your stitches and the size of your project.  

4. How do I care for ABCwools Cotton Yarn?

Cotton yarn is easy to care for and can be machine-washed on a gentle cycle. We recommend air-drying your finished projects to prevent them from stretching or shrinking.  

5. What is the best way to store products made from ABCwools cotton yarn?

Because our yarn is made from natural fibers, it's important to store it in a cool, dry place. We recommend keeping it in an airtight container or bag when not in use. This will help to prevent moth damage and keep your yarn looking its best. 

6. How do I know what gauge to use with ABCwools cotton yarn?

Our cotton yarn is a DK weight, which means it's versatile and can be used with a variety of needle sizes. We recommend starting with a size 6 or 7 needle for projects like sweaters and afghans. For smaller projects like hats and gloves, you may want to go down to a size 5 or 6 needle.