Cascade Ultra Pima

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Crocheted emPower People CowlJuly 7, 2020: To build awareness of the emPower People Project on behalf of our American friends, Ultra Pima in Pansy is the perfect cotton yarn in purple for your knit emPower People cowl or crocheted emPower People cowl. (If you prefer wool, check out Heart Lake.)

Ultra Pima by Cascade Yarns is a super-soft pima cotton and great for all seasons! Ultra Pima is a DK weight knitting yarn so it's very versatile to design anything from a sweater to baby garments! Ultra Pima is much softer than other cotton yarns and does not feel stiff. Because Ultra Pima is mercerized using a different process, we believe it's in a league of it's own. Ultra Pima is machine washable for easy care.

It is the recommended yarn for Knitted Knockers of Canada, who provides handknit prosthetics to women who have undergone mastectomies, or procedures to the breast.

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Weight: DK (11 wpi) ?

Yardage: 220 yards(201 meters)
Unit weight: 100 grams (3.53 ounces)
Gauge: 22.0 to 24.0 sts = 4 inches
Needle size: US 5 - 6 or 3.75 - 4mm
Hook size: 4mm (G) - 5mm (H)

Fibers: 100% Cotton - Pima
Texture: plied
Machine wash? yes

Care: Machine Dry, Machine Wash
Color: Solid color
Ply: 4-ply
Put up: Winding required
Treatments: Mercerized

Fibre Content: 100% Cotton
Yarn Weight: 3 - Light / DK / Light Worsted
Skein / Hank Weight: 100g
Skein / Hank Length: 201 m / 220 yds
Gauge: 22.0 to 24.0 sts = 4 inches
Suggested Needle Size(s): US 5 - 6 or 3.75 - 4mm
Suggested Hook Size(s): 4mm (G) - 5mm (H)
Care Instructions: Machine Dry, Machine Wash
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