Willow Yarns™ Cairo Cotton Yarn

Item 732838P
Suggested Retail: $8.99    
Our Price: $7.99
4-Light Yarn Weight
Achieve bold, modern stripes in a slightly dappled, natural cotton blend with unique color palettes we can’t get enough of. Imported.
• 60% cotton/40% acrylic.
• Machine wash.
• 5.3oz/150g/311yd.
• Knit size 7 (4.5mm) needles: 17 sts and 24 rows = 4" (10.2cm).
• Crochet H-8 (5mm) hook: 14 sc and 16 rows = 4" (10.2cm).
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Apple Blossoms Apple Blossoms



Canterbury Bells Canterbury Bells



Confectionary Confectionary



Lavish Lilac Lavish Lilac



Tropical River Tropical River



Skyline Skyline



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Returns and Exchanges
If you are dissatisfied in any way with your purchase, you may feel free to return unused merchandise for a full refund or exchange within 60 days. Every order arrives with an itemized invoice and contains complete return instructions.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.65

(based on 18 reviews)

March 22, 2021
5.05
"Love the way this yarn works up; smooth, no splitting, easy on the hands. Washed well on the delicate cycle; shaped out nicely, and didn't take long to dry flat. DON'T make tassels with this and run them through the wash, though; I did that when I made the Isla shawl kit without thinking about the potential for fraying and unraveling but that's what happened to them, LOL! I had to remove them and make new ones. Lesson learnt!"
January 19, 2021
5.05
"Another yarn I love from Willow! This yarn is so soft and squishy. It stays soft after washing, and is so gentle on the skin. I made a summer top for my daughter, and I'm starting one for me too."
By Misty L Clifton
Greenback, TN
November 08, 2020
5.05
"This yarn is wonderful. Its smooth and soft. It crochets really well. I will definitely be ordering more. Thank you..."
June 30, 2020
5.05
"Love love love it.. Works up easy no splitting. "
May 31, 2020
3.05
"I was knitting the Five Hour Baby Sweater, in. Confectionary, started with the center pull,, and after the aqua slightly into the green was a knot, the next color was the off white, again slightly into it another knot! I almost gave up on the yarn right then but no more knots for the rest of the cake. Also for a baby sweater the bubblegum pink was too garish. Transition colors ugly. So I am using the rest of it plus the second cake for a crocheted big granny square baby blanket. That’s fine."