Debbie Bliss Eco Baby

100% Cotton, 137yds (125m)/50g (1.76oz), Sport
By Debbie Bliss
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Product Details

Debbie Bliss Eco Baby Fair Trade Collection is lighter weight cotton that's perfect for baby projects, but would also be great for lighter gauge garments for you! Think baby blankets or summer shawls, either way you can't go wrong. 

Net Weight
50g (1.76oz)
100% Cotton
Debbie Bliss

Iron, Low

Do Not Bleach

Do Not Tumble Dry

Dry Flat

Machine Wash (65°F to 85°F/30°C)

Crochet Hooks
D (3.25mm)
US 3 (3.25mm)
25 stitches, 34 rows to 4"
137yds (125m)
Yarn Weight


Crochet, Knitting
Country Of Origin


4.1 out of 5

Based on 8 reviews over the last year

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Recent reviews

This is not the same yarn I worked with in the past when the label said Debbie Bliss Echo Baby. While the colors were still beautiful, the yarn split like crazy while knitting. I was doing a simple sweater in the round and had to check after every round for split threads. Absolutely hated working with it! Don’t buy.

Patricia 4/13/2024

Yarn seems soft and easy to work with.

Rhonda Hazen 4/9/2024

For the price and colors, this is my favorite organic cotton yarn! Love it and order it often!


I love the feeling of this yarn! it's soft, but also very sturdy! I made myself a little produce bag with it, and it was the perfect material!


love this yarn …..perfect for infant blankets….I use a size 5 needle, then machine wash and dry so it shrinks a little….the yarn ""blooms"" and is so soft and so easy for moms to care for.


I haven't started my project yet but I love the feel of this yarn.


I am half way through a baby sweater with this yarn, and I am almost ready to give up on it. I have never worked with a yarn that splits this easily. It is a bear to work with. Beginners should avoid this yarn. It is fine on the plain stockinette sections, but when it comes to the fancy stitches it is a nightmare. You can forget about ripping it out and reusing the yarn, since it just falls apart in your hands. I am not a big fan of working with cotton yarns, but I have worked with others that are not nearly this splitty. Also, the colors are a little dull. I am using the pale pink color, and it just looks dirty. Maybe it is the light. I have switched to another project and will come come back to finish it later, maybe.