Premier® Anti-Pilling DK Colors™ Yarn
The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 means this yarn is great for the most sensitive skin. It has been tested and approved against 350+ harmful substances
Premier® Anti-Pilling DK Colors is specially designed to create broad stripes of color as you knit or crochet. With 5 carefully coordinated colors in each ball, even simple stitch work will produce an eye-catching result. DK Colors is made with the same exclusive anti-pilling acrylic fiber that has made our Anti-Pilling Everyday collection a customer favorite for years. For coordinating solid colors, look for Premier® Anti-Pilling Everyday Baby.
Craft comfortably knowing that this yarn is safe for everyone! It has passed the highest standard, suitable for direct contact with the most sensitive skin, even babies and small children.
- 100% Anti-Pilling Acrylic
- 5 oz/140g, 383 yd/ 350m.
- #3 Light Weight.
- Machine wash warm, Tumble dry normal. Do not iron, do not bleach, dry clean
- Crochet gauge 15 scs & 16 rows = 4” (10cm), G-6 (4mm) hook
- Knit gauge in st st, 22 sts & 28 rows = 4” (10cm), US 6 (4mm) needles
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The two skeins of Moss yarn were from the same dye lot, but the colors didn't match. Not too far into the project I decided to cut apart each of the colors in each of the skeins so I could have more control over how to piece them together in the triangular shawl I was making. The shawl turned out beautifully, a testament to the beautiful colors in the yarn. I especially liked the golden hints in the olive greens. That made for an effective edging.