Touch of Linen Yarn

SKU: 682-101AY

$4.19 $5.99

If you’re looking for a machine washable natural fiber blend, then you can stop right here. This CYC #4 worsted weight yarn is made up of 51% cotton and 49% linen fibers. Stitch it into everything from home décor to shawls and garments for the whole family. Wear your creations in warmer weather or anytime a breathable material is beneficial. Available in a sophisticated and versatile color palette, Touch of Linen has 197 yards per 100 gram ball.

Not sure about a color, wondering how the yarn will stitch up, or simply need small bits of color? Check out our Touch of Linen Minis for an assorted 6 pack!

Color: Pink Truffle [682-101AY] medium pink
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Yarn Weight
4 Medium / Worsted
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
16 sc x 20 r on H-8 (5 mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
20 sts x 28 r on #7 (4.5 mm)
Length (yd)
197
Length (m)
180
Weight (oz)
3.5
Weight (g)
100
Fiber
Cotton, Linen
Fiber Detail
51% Cotton, 49% Linen
Care
Machine Wash & Lay Flat to Dry

Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
76%
(48)
19%
(12)
2%
(1)
2%
(1)
2%
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Suzanne
Great Colour & Texture

I can’t wait to wear the summer tunic I’m making. Such a wonderful combo of textiles and colour.

A
Adrienne
My first Intermediate crochet project

I purchased the crochet kit "Charlotte Circle Wrap" using Touch of Linen yarn in Slate. The pattern is very well-written. For me, the challenging part was correctly reading the pattern and keeping count of my stitches. I opted to use Lion Branch 24/7 cotton in Grass, Goldenrod, and Beets for the 'window' rows, and I finished off the project with a row of single crochet. I would purchase another pattern created by Life and Yarn (Brianna Iaropoli).

K
Kelly
Crochet Cardigan Coat

I found the pattern for this on Lion Brand website. However, the pattern was for A Touch of Alpaca, but as I find wool yarns a bit itchy, I subsituted with A Touch of Linen. It is perfect for this cardigan, and easy to use. It is a bit rough to touch and actually slightly itchy on my bare arms, and I wouldn't use it for anything that I would wear directly on my skin. However, it is quite easy to work with, doesn't split a lot, and if it does split, it is easy to pick up on and re-work the stitch before going too far. It holds the stitches well and the coat hangs well without stretching, even though it's quite heavy. A note about the pattern: I purchased way too many balls of yarn. The amount of yarn I needed based on the pattern specs for a small jacket was 12 balls. I used less than 7 1/2.

E
Elisa Johnson
Beautiful texture and color

This yarn is an instant favorite. It softens up and revives its shape after washing. I am in love with the dijon color! The only thing to keep in mind is that you have to really watch how you handle it as you work as it stretches out very easily. I am hoping the colors are back in stock soon! Looking forward to working with this for home goods and warm weather clothing items.

N
Natalya Restivo
Love this yarn

I read negative reviews about this yarn and was unsure whether to buy it or not. And I don't regret the purchase at all. The yarn is light, with good stitch sefinition, soft, so it does not puff up, which is important for women of +size. This yarn is now one of my favorites. I think the negative reviews are based on the fact that people haven't done the research on flax.
P.S. My unfinished project. Do not judge strictly 😊

C
Colleen DeRose
Love touch of linen

I’ve made a top with touch of linen, and have two more lined up and a beach bag. The colors are muted, the yarn is sturdy and the cotton linen combo is perfect for my hot state of Arizona.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
76%
(48)
19%
(12)
2%
(1)
2%
(1)
2%
(1)
S
Suzanne
Great Colour & Texture

I can’t wait to wear the summer tunic I’m making. Such a wonderful combo of textiles and colour.

A
Adrienne
My first Intermediate crochet project

I purchased the crochet kit "Charlotte Circle Wrap" using Touch of Linen yarn in Slate. The pattern is very well-written. For me, the challenging part was correctly reading the pattern and keeping count of my stitches. I opted to use Lion Branch 24/7 cotton in Grass, Goldenrod, and Beets for the 'window' rows, and I finished off the project with a row of single crochet. I would purchase another pattern created by Life and Yarn (Brianna Iaropoli).

K
Kelly
Crochet Cardigan Coat

I found the pattern for this on Lion Brand website. However, the pattern was for A Touch of Alpaca, but as I find wool yarns a bit itchy, I subsituted with A Touch of Linen. It is perfect for this cardigan, and easy to use. It is a bit rough to touch and actually slightly itchy on my bare arms, and I wouldn't use it for anything that I would wear directly on my skin. However, it is quite easy to work with, doesn't split a lot, and if it does split, it is easy to pick up on and re-work the stitch before going too far. It holds the stitches well and the coat hangs well without stretching, even though it's quite heavy. A note about the pattern: I purchased way too many balls of yarn. The amount of yarn I needed based on the pattern specs for a small jacket was 12 balls. I used less than 7 1/2.

E
Elisa Johnson
Beautiful texture and color

This yarn is an instant favorite. It softens up and revives its shape after washing. I am in love with the dijon color! The only thing to keep in mind is that you have to really watch how you handle it as you work as it stretches out very easily. I am hoping the colors are back in stock soon! Looking forward to working with this for home goods and warm weather clothing items.

N
Natalya Restivo
Love this yarn

I read negative reviews about this yarn and was unsure whether to buy it or not. And I don't regret the purchase at all. The yarn is light, with good stitch sefinition, soft, so it does not puff up, which is important for women of +size. This yarn is now one of my favorites. I think the negative reviews are based on the fact that people haven't done the research on flax.
P.S. My unfinished project. Do not judge strictly 😊

C
Colleen DeRose
Love touch of linen

I’ve made a top with touch of linen, and have two more lined up and a beach bag. The colors are muted, the yarn is sturdy and the cotton linen combo is perfect for my hot state of Arizona.