Cascade Ultra Pima Cotton Comes to Halcyon Yarn
It’s time for another “NEW” yarn introduction. Let the compliments fly for Cascade Ultra Pima Cotton Yarn. This 100% pima cotton yarn comes in a wide range of rich, vivid colors. Its sheen and silky soft hand are unsurpassed. Even if you’re not a fan of knitting with cotton, we encourage you to give Ultra Pima Cotton a try. You just might change your mind. It knits like a dream, gliding effortlessly off your needles and holds stitch definition well. There’s no problem with the yarn splitting. Another bonus is Ultra Pima’s easy care; machine wash and dry. Ultra Pima Cotton is a great yarn choice for warm weather knits, kids and anything baby.
As for patterns, Ultra Pima Cotton is a dk weight that knits at gauge of 5 to 6 stitches per inch. Cascade offers several free patterns. Although originally designed for 2/5 Gemstone Silk Yarn, the Lily of the Valley Shell - 2/5 Gemstone Silk works up beautifully with Ultra Pima Cotton – great sheen, drape and at a wonderful price. If there’s a baby for whom you’re knitting, [Sorry, item discontinued or temporarily out of stock] , Cardigan With Hat and Prairie Blanket are perfect for Ultra Pima Cotton.
|2/5 Gemstone Silk Yarn|
|Lily of the Valley Shell - 2/5 Gemstone Silk|
|[Sorry, item discontinued or temporarily out of stock]|
|Cardigan With Hat|
Do you have a rigid heddle? Ultra Pima Cotton weaves at a sett of 10 epi for plain weave, making it a great choice for table linens. Try combining Ultra Pima Cotton with different weights of Pearl Cotton. Have fun playing and creating.
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Hello. I have made a cross stitch rug, 161cm x 111cm. Unfortunately I did the edge design in rows going round the edge which now makes a ridge. I thought one way of solving this would be to find a stick on backing that would flatten this ridge.
At the moment I have a linen backing on the rug, just attached at the edges, I would re sew this after sticking backing on it.
Do you have a product that would do this?
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