Sirdar Snuggly DK 50g

Sirdar Snuggly DK 50g

£2.49
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Snuggly DK is Sirdar’s most popular hand knitting yarn for babies. Its quality, softness and easy-care characteristics have been adored by generations of knitters. Sirdar Snuggly DK is incredibly soft to the touch making it extra gentle for little ones. In a wide range of irresistible colours, Snuggly DK is perfect for baby and toddler clothing as well as cosy cot blankets.

Brand: Sirdar
Yarn Weight: DK
Blend: 55% Nylon, 45% Acrylic
Needle Size: 4.00mm
Hook Size: 4.00mm
Ball Weight: 50g
Yarn Length: 165m (179 yds)
Tension: 22 stitches, 28 rows to 10cm square

Care Instructions: Machine Washable at 40°C Wool Cycle

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Great price

Lovely Snuggly DK. Great range of colours, very competitive price. Prompt delivery

Michelle P | Orkney | January 2022

1st time shopper

Purchased the Sirdar Snuggly DK. It's lovely soft wool to knit. It's the first time that I have used the Little Wool shop but may I add, it will not be my last. The service was excellent and I was notified when my product was going to be delivered. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this supplier.

L G | Wigan | January 2022

Knitting yarn

Good yarn. Knitted up well. Love the colour.

Jill Newport | London | January 2022

Definitely snuggly

Lovely soft snuggly wool. Perfect for a crochet project for a baby

Christina Jackson | | January 2022