Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors -  ()
Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors -  ()
Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors -  ()
  • Fiber Content: 100% Pima Cotton
  • Weight: DK, Fingering, Sport
  • Gauge: 6-6.5 sts = 1" on US 3-4
  • Weight/Yardage: 50g/136 yds
  • Care: Machine Wash
  • Country Of Origin: Peru

Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors

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If you loved working with Cascade Ultra Pima, you'll love 100% cotton Ultra Pima Fine. It's a great yarn for the warmer months, and supremely soft. It's machine-washable and easy to care for, so it’s perfect for gifts too, especially for babies and children. Save on these discontinued colors! Made in Peru.

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5.0

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Comments about CASCADE YARNS Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors:

I will buy more in the future!

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5.0

Excellent Bargain on One of my Favorite Yarns

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Comments about CASCADE YARNS Ultra Pima Fine Discontinued Colors:

I could buy this in every color. It feels wonderful when working with it and wonderful when wearing it.

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4.0

Beautiful color, nice yarn

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from San Diego area

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This is one of the yarns considered soft enough for the prostheses for mastectomy patients and hence recommended by a group of volunteer knitters called "Knitted Knock...s." (The profanity filter would not allow me to spell out this innocuous word!) The yarn surprised me by being very easy to knit with, in spite of its being cotton and therefore not forgiving and stretchy like wool. I was a bit surprised to notice that as I worked with it, a few small bits of fluff would develop, but they are probably due to the yarn's softness and I don't suppose that they would be a problem the way pilling, say, would be with a woolen yarn. They were easy to remove and will very likely disappear after the first washing.

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