What ply is Hayfield Bonus DK?

What ply is Hayfield Bonus DK?

Bonus DK

Variants: Bonus DK Breeze Bonus DK Buzz
Weight: DK / Light
Texture: Plied (3 or more plies)
Fiber: Acrylic (100%)
Needles: 4mm (6 US) (8 UK)

What is bonus DK yarn?

About This Yarn Part of our incredibly popular Hayfield Bonus range, this DK yarn is one of the softest, best quality acrylic yarns available. Bonus DK is available in 100 colours, perfect for knit and crochet colourwork and endless creativity. This easy to knit, easy-care yarn is machine washable.

Who makes Hayfield wool?

the Sirdar family
Hayfield yarns became part of the Sirdar family in the 1970’s and to this day is renowned for its good quality range of essential yarns and designs, perfect for those who want extra value but don’t want to compromise on quality.

Is Hayfield yarn good?

Hayfield make good value, good quality yarns for all the family. With an impressive range there are yarns ranging from double knitting to super chunky.

Is Hayfield a Sirdar?

Sirdar Hayfield Bonus DK 100g – All Colours – Product Description. An incredibly versatile 100% acrylic double knit yarn, Sirdar’s immensely popular Hayfield Bonus DK is now available in a stunning selection of 100 shades – that’s guaranteed to get your imagination going!

Is Hayfield Bonus DK suitable for babies?

PRODUCT INFO Despite being a great value acrylic, this DK yarn is super soft to work with, gentle on your hands Baby Bonus DK is ideal for knitting and crochet projects.

What Hayfield means?

Definition of hayfield : a field where herbaceous plants and especially grasses or legumes (such as timothy or orchard grass or alfalfa) are grown for hay (see hay entry 1 sense 1)

How good is Paintbox yarn?

Conclusion. Paintbox yarn Simply DK is an ideal yarn if you are looking for something affordable and light weight with a variety of colors to choose from. It is a great option for garment making – especially through purchasing bundles.

Where does the word Spinney come from?

spinney (n.) “copse, thicket,” 1590s, from Old French espinoi “briar-patch, place full of thorns and brambles” (13c., Modern French épinaie), from espine or from Latin spinetum “thorn hedge, thicket” (see spine).

What is a hay field called?

grassland. Land with grass growing on it, used for grazing; pasture land.