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Old 06-30-2012, 02:40 PM   #1
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Question Where can I buy chunky white cotton?

My daughter wants a "heavy" bedspread made of thick white cotton yarn. Would anyone have urls where I can purchase this?

Going crazy trying to find some, can only find medium in stores.

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Is there a reason she wants cotton rather than an acrylic or a blend? I've not ever seen a "bulky" cotton. You may have to make it with 2 or 3 strands worked together.

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Aarti International is the best option for you. It is the best cotton yarns manufacturers company from India producing high quality cotton yarn.
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You could try the cotton yarn generally used for pot holders such as Peaches n Cream.
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Default Trying something different

Hey knitter fellows,

I found this knitting supplies online store that you can browse the menu by colors and choose from the different brands they have to offer. Didn't know any of them, but bought some quality wool yarns and really quick they were delivered to me. See if you like something!
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