Coats Creme de la Creme
It is fine in terms of softness and may be well suited to garments or things of that nature, but I am not a fan of using it in my amis because it doesn’t transition or flow nicely with the main yarns I use and gives too much stitch definition to the finished fabric. I also have some quality control issues, as I ordered 10 balls and of the 10, 2 were poorly made. The 4 ply weren’t wound together very well and the yarn strands had a frizzy almost curly look throughout the whole ball, making the yarn look really messy and very snaggy to work with. In texture and color availability it was pretty much on par with Village Yarn Craft Cotton, which is less expensive, so if you are looking for a thin or light weight cotton, I would suggest going with that brand versus this one. At $2.19 a ball plus shipping, it came out fairly pricey for what it was, especially considering two balls were unusable. I won’t be buying this yarn again.
My Coats Creme de la Creme Stash