Hometown Yarn

SKU: 135-159K


Hometown comes in a wide range of bright, primary colors, versatile multi-colors, and textural tweeds, perfect for school and sports team projects and so much more. This easy-care yarn is machine washable and dryable, and works up quickly for fast knit and crochet projects.

Color: Madison Mustard [135-159K] Bright mustard yellow
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Yarn Weight
6 Super Bulky
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
6.6 sc x 8 r on N-13 (9mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
9 sts x 12 r on #13 (9 mm)
Length (yd)
81 (64 in prints)
Length (m)
74 (59 in prints)
Weight (oz)
5 (4 in prints)
Weight (g)
142 (113 in prints)
Fiber Detail

Solids, Multis, Neons and Twists: 100% Acrylic

Tweeds: 94% Acrylic, 6% Rayon

Machine Wash, Machine Dry
Care Detail
Machine wash. Initial water temperature should not exceed 40°C or 105°F. No bleach product may be used. A machine dryer may be regularly used at the hottest available temperature setting.

Customer Reviews

Based on 210 reviews
Maria DeMaio
Perfect yarn for my coasters

I love this yarn! It is perfect for all my craft projects. This time I used it for my carrot tops . picture attached. Made carrot coasters for Easter.


Love how thick this yarn is, works perfect for the blanket my daughter asked for

Rosemary Sprygada
So squishy

I recently bought this yarn in a rich blue & I AM IN LOVE! ❤️ This yarn has fantastic body & bounce. I crocheted seat covers. It works up very nice & feels good in my hands. So excited to make more items using this yarn. Great affordable price point… I see more if it in my stash! 🧶

Mary Black
hometown bonus bindle yarn

I have made 2 afghans with Salem creek and Chicago charcoal along with another brand of yarn. I can safely say that hometown yarn is superior to the other brand especially in terms of piling and fuzziness.

Wonderfully soft yarn

This is my “go-to” hat yarn. Lion Brand’s Gold Medal hat is my favorite hat pattern, and this yarn is perfect for it, along with a snap-on fur pompom. I especially love the tweeds!