Baby Soft® Yarn

SKU: 920-219

$7.99

Baby Soft® is a special, soft acrylic blend in a generously-sized ball. This medium sportweight yarn in classic pastel colors and prints makes precious, long-lasting items.

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Yarn Weight
3 Light
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
16 sc x 20 r on G-6 (4mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
22 sts x 30 r on #6 (4mm)
Length (yd)
459 (367 in prints/pomp)
Length (m)
420 (335 in prints/pomp)
Weight (oz)
5 (4 in prints/pomp)
Weight (g)
140 (113 in prints/pomp)
Fiber
Acrylic, Nylon, Rayon
Fiber Detail

Solids/Prints: 60% Acrylic, 40% Nylon

Pomp: 62% Acrylic, 27% Nylon, 11% Rayon

Care
Machine Wash, Machine Dry
Care Detail
Machine wash. Initial water temperature should not exceed 40C or 105F. No bleach product may be used. A machine dryer may be regularly used at the hottest available temperature setting. Item may not be smoothed or finished with an iron.
Pattern Corrections
No

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
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Sylvia Korb
Missing Colors

This is a wonderful yarn to work with, especially for baby items. However, I can no longer find the colors of Lemon Drop or Apricot. These are great colors for gender neutral items. Have you discontinued these colors or will you be bringing them back?

Hello Sylvia - sadly both the Apricot and Lemon Drop shades of Baby Soft have been discontinued. While we don't have any remaining in our warehouse, our Outlet may have some left in stock, so we recommend contacting them to check.

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Peggy Davis

Baby Soft® Yarn

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Lorraine Nunez

Baby Soft® Yarn

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Kathleen Sutherland
Wonderful soft yarn

I knit chemo caps and baby blankets for Knots of Love. Lion Brand is on their preferred list so I always use it.

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Jeanine Kuzmich
Ends

I love the baby soft yarn, but I am having an extremely difficult time getting the end out. I end up pulling almost half of the skein out. Any suggestions?

Hello Jeanine - the most important step is to make sure that the outside end is out of the way. Sometimes it's tucked into the end of the ball, so pull that out and wrap it around the label. Then insert the index finger and thumb of each hand into the ends of the ball, getting as close to the center as you can. Grab a piece of yarn and pull it out the end with least resistance. You may get a clump of yarn, but as long as it's attached to the ball with only on strand, the inside end is somewhere in that clump, so you'll only have a little bit on unraveling to do.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
71%
(15)
14%
(3)
10%
(2)
0%
(0)
5%
(1)
S
Sylvia Korb
Missing Colors

This is a wonderful yarn to work with, especially for baby items. However, I can no longer find the colors of Lemon Drop or Apricot. These are great colors for gender neutral items. Have you discontinued these colors or will you be bringing them back?

Hello Sylvia - sadly both the Apricot and Lemon Drop shades of Baby Soft have been discontinued. While we don't have any remaining in our warehouse, our Outlet may have some left in stock, so we recommend contacting them to check.

P
Peggy Davis

Baby Soft® Yarn

L
Lorraine Nunez

Baby Soft® Yarn

K
Kathleen Sutherland
Wonderful soft yarn

I knit chemo caps and baby blankets for Knots of Love. Lion Brand is on their preferred list so I always use it.

J
Jeanine Kuzmich
Ends

I love the baby soft yarn, but I am having an extremely difficult time getting the end out. I end up pulling almost half of the skein out. Any suggestions?

Hello Jeanine - the most important step is to make sure that the outside end is out of the way. Sometimes it's tucked into the end of the ball, so pull that out and wrap it around the label. Then insert the index finger and thumb of each hand into the ends of the ball, getting as close to the center as you can. Grab a piece of yarn and pull it out the end with least resistance. You may get a clump of yarn, but as long as it's attached to the ball with only on strand, the inside end is somewhere in that clump, so you'll only have a little bit on unraveling to do.