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Learn all about this silky cotton sport yarn from WeCrochet called Shine yarn. This yarn was mentioned during the Crafty Crochet Review Show.
Cotton is a great yarn for any project that includes temperatures or water. You could make cotton bowl cozies with cotton yarn and use it for ice cream or hot soups to keep your hands warm. But you could also use it for facial scrubs. However, I also love using cotton yarn for garments, shawls, and scarves. It provides extra warmth and cozies. But it can also keep you cool when it’s too hot.
WeCrochet’s Yarn called Shine is soft and silky without having to pay the extra price for silk. Cool right? It has 60% cotton and 40% Modal which creates that silky feeling when you crochet with it, wear or use it.
I would definitely recommend you check it out and try using it for garments, bowl cozies, or even facial scrubs and towels.
To make it easier I created a complete video review and tutorial on how the yarn looks close up and how it works up – through the Crafty Crochet Review Show which is held every Friday at 12pm, PST on Youtube. See the video below. You can sign up here for reminder emails.
Shine Yarn – Silky Cotton Sport Weight – Video Review
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