LB Collection® Botanic Yarn

SKU: 466-099E

$5.99

Turn to Botanic for your new fave warm-weather fiber! This yarn is made of 100% Lyocell, a super-soft, strong, and breathable fiber produced from sustainably harvested bamboo pulp. With a sophisticated sheen like bamboo and mercerized cotton, Botanic will shine as you stitch it into lustrous fabric. Highlight the yarn’s beautiful drape and crisp stitch definition with projects like summery tops and chic shawls.

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Yarn Weight
4 Medium / Worsted
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
17sc + 20r = 4in US I-9 (5.5mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
20sts + 28rs = 4in US #7 (4.5mm)
Length (yd)
157
Length (m)
144
Weight (oz)
3
Weight (g)
85
Fiber Detail
100% Tencel Lyocell
Care Detail
Machine Wash Gentle, Lay Flat to Dry

Customer Reviews

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Extremely soft

This yarn is a sensory delight! So smooth and soft, a little heavy for its weight. Making a tank top for my daughter and occasionally get distracted just petting the yarn. There is a soft sheen. I'm loving crocheting with it!
The one small downside is that it tends toward splitting, so if that is a major peeve of yours, then avoid.
Picture using Walnut, Dragonfly, and Frost colorways.

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Lisa Goldwyn

I'm first, so here it goes. I just received 12 skeins of the olive color in the mail yesterday, and is a beautiful green. It's a tencel lyocell yarn, which is a different kind of rayon yarn. I think I'm going to use it for a crocheted short ruana or an overhead vest or top. The yardage is shorter than usual, so this will be a great experiment. I'm going to get more in the salmon color if this goes well.

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Based on 2 reviews
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HBW
Extremely soft

This yarn is a sensory delight! So smooth and soft, a little heavy for its weight. Making a tank top for my daughter and occasionally get distracted just petting the yarn. There is a soft sheen. I'm loving crocheting with it!
The one small downside is that it tends toward splitting, so if that is a major peeve of yours, then avoid.
Picture using Walnut, Dragonfly, and Frost colorways.

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Lisa Goldwyn

I'm first, so here it goes. I just received 12 skeins of the olive color in the mail yesterday, and is a beautiful green. It's a tencel lyocell yarn, which is a different kind of rayon yarn. I think I'm going to use it for a crocheted short ruana or an overhead vest or top. The yardage is shorter than usual, so this will be a great experiment. I'm going to get more in the salmon color if this goes well.