Some people just don’t like to knit with cotton. It’s understandable; there are certainly some things about cotton that are less than appealing.
But there’s no reason to toss out a complete fiber family, unless you’re allergic or sensitive, which is really unlikely when it comes to cotton.
The important thing when working with cotton is to know its good points and its less-good points and pick your project accordingly.
Cotton is a relatively light-weight fiber that is good for summer clothing and accessories.
It is quite breathable and comfortable to wear next to the skin.
Cotton can easily be dyed in a dizzying array of colors, so no matter what you’re favorite color is, you’re bound to find a shade of cotton to match your every desire.
Cotton is strong, durable and machine-washable. It starts out soft and actually gets softer the more you wash it.
It is usually inexpensive, though you are often rewarded with better quality when you pay a little more.
Cotton usually holds together well and doesn’t pill.
Cotton shows every stitch, which can be positive or negative, depending on how you’re knitting that day!
Cotton thread is made by 100% cotton. With good sewability and low elongation, this thread will not affected by needle heat or pressing. It’s special for pure cotton apparel and other cotton products.
Uses the import 100% cotton by combing, and shares, staining and coiling, and singeing, mercerizing, high density of twisting, has high tension, widely used in cotton clothing and other cotton fabric for sewing use.
The characteristics of product:
1). Better moisture absorption.
2). Excellent heat resistance
3). Health and good performance.
Material: 100% cotton
Count: 15/2, 20/2, 20/3, 20/6, 30/2, 30/3, 40/2, 40/3, 50/2, 50/3, 60/2, 60/3 and 80/2, etc.
Packing: 1000yds to 20000yds/cone, or 0.5kg to 2.0kg/cone