Re-Up Yarn

SKU: 834-112

$1.74 $2.49

Re-Up is eco-friendly! It takes, on average, 20,000 liters of water to make 1 kilogram of cotton. By using one 70 gram ball of Re-Up you are saving 1,400 liters of water. So try Re-Up for your next cotton project: you’re going to love how it feels to work with and how it feels to help save the planet while doing the craft you love.

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Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
15 sc x 16 r on I-9 (5.5 mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
20 sts x 21 r on # 7 (4.5mm)
Length (yd)
117 (103 in prints)
Length (m)
107 (94 in prints)
Weight (oz)
2.5 (2.1 in prints)
Weight (g)
70 (60 in prints)
Fiber
Cotton
Fiber Detail
100% Recycled Cotton
Care
Machine Wash, Machine Dry
Pattern Corrections
No

Customer Reviews

Based on 74 reviews
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(60)
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Lisa Jenkins
Nice yarn

I don’t work with yarn much but with a new project, I tried this one. I love that it is a recycled product. The yarn is somewhat course but softens with washing. It does tend to unwind and separate a bit but is still a great option. Thanks for the recycling!
These are my reusable cotton balls.

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Nikki H
Great cotton is hard to find!

I love using the Re-Up cotton! I use it a lot for making dish cloths and face cloths. And when I’m making any crafting project, re-up cotton is amazing to work with! It’s so hard to find in Canada, so when there was free shipping I jumped at the chance to place an order! There is nothing better than coming home from from work to find a box full of yarn on your doorstep!

j
joan mobley
The Ash Colored Skein of Yarn

I got this yarn primarily to make fingerless gloves with. I figured that it not only would be warm to wear in this cold time of year, but it would also be breathable so my hands wouldn't get too sweaty. And it worked. Thank You very much. If you are able to see the picture, the gloves work wonderfully. Thank you.

D
Donna Hollis
very satisfied

I make a lot of things from worsted weight cotton and am so happy that I can use a yarn the is eco-friendly (and not made in China). This yarn is a little softer than the old Lily standby so it's nice to work with. Anytime I can buy this for a project, I will.
Close to finishing a 5 skein tote bag with a G hook (photo included).
Thanks for another cotton option.

M
Melanie Savage
My go-to cotton worsted

I make and sell a collection of eco-friendly household and personal items, designed to remove plastic from the waste stream and convert single-use plastic items to reusable items. Re-Up, as a natural recycled fiber yarn, is PERFECT for this project. It softens with use/wear while retaining strength and shape, the slightly muted colors remain true, and I feel like I’m doing something good for out planet and for humanity.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 74 reviews
81%
(60)
9%
(7)
4%
(3)
3%
(2)
3%
(2)
L
Lisa Jenkins
Nice yarn

I don’t work with yarn much but with a new project, I tried this one. I love that it is a recycled product. The yarn is somewhat course but softens with washing. It does tend to unwind and separate a bit but is still a great option. Thanks for the recycling!
These are my reusable cotton balls.

N
Nikki H
Great cotton is hard to find!

I love using the Re-Up cotton! I use it a lot for making dish cloths and face cloths. And when I’m making any crafting project, re-up cotton is amazing to work with! It’s so hard to find in Canada, so when there was free shipping I jumped at the chance to place an order! There is nothing better than coming home from from work to find a box full of yarn on your doorstep!

j
joan mobley
The Ash Colored Skein of Yarn

I got this yarn primarily to make fingerless gloves with. I figured that it not only would be warm to wear in this cold time of year, but it would also be breathable so my hands wouldn't get too sweaty. And it worked. Thank You very much. If you are able to see the picture, the gloves work wonderfully. Thank you.

D
Donna Hollis
very satisfied

I make a lot of things from worsted weight cotton and am so happy that I can use a yarn the is eco-friendly (and not made in China). This yarn is a little softer than the old Lily standby so it's nice to work with. Anytime I can buy this for a project, I will.
Close to finishing a 5 skein tote bag with a G hook (photo included).
Thanks for another cotton option.

M
Melanie Savage
My go-to cotton worsted

I make and sell a collection of eco-friendly household and personal items, designed to remove plastic from the waste stream and convert single-use plastic items to reusable items. Re-Up, as a natural recycled fiber yarn, is PERFECT for this project. It softens with use/wear while retaining strength and shape, the slightly muted colors remain true, and I feel like I’m doing something good for out planet and for humanity.