Yarn Review: Lily Sugar ‘N Cream

Today I’m going to review Lily Sugar ‘N Cream cotton yarn. This yarn is 100% cotton and made in the USA. This is considered a 4-worsted weight yarn and comes in both solid and variegated colors. Each solid skein is 4 oz. while the variegated colors are 3 oz. Some of the colors even come in a bigger 14 oz. cone. For the crocheters out there, the recommended hook size is a size H-8, while the recommended needle size for knitters is a size US 7.

5What I like about this yarn is that it is perfect for dishcloths, coffee mug cozies, hot pads, bath scrubbies, and even Swiffer covers as it is extremely absorbent. This yarn is durable and can withstand daily use well. You can simply let your dishcloth air dry, but when you do need to wash it, you can simply put it in the washer and dryer and you will be able to use it again and again.

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4 thoughts on “Yarn Review: Lily Sugar ‘N Cream

  1. Jennifer L Johnson says:

    Like this yarn – but beware the hot blue color!!! Not colorfast at all!!!
    I made a queen size blanket with this yarn in white, hot blue, indigo and black…it’s been a disaster – the hot blue runs in the wash! Even after 2x through with dye fixative in the washer (and following directions to the letter). The lovely contrasts of this blanket design are obliterated into a blotchy mess.
    I’ll use up the ends of the other colors in other ways – but I actually threw away the extra hot blue (I’ve NEVER thrown good fibers away before – that’s how much disdain I have for that batch!)


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