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DMC Top This Knitting Crochet Yarn Kit, with Soccer Ball Plush

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DMC Top This Knitting Crochet Yarn Kit, with Soccer Ball Plush

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Product description

Color:Soccer Ball

A fun, new, whimsical yarn with a continuous mix of textures and colors and a coordinating character to top the knitted hat. Package includes one skein to create one hat and one easy level knitting pattern. Simple instructions for adding the topper. Weight Category: 4. Content: 78% acrylic/22% nylon (character is 100 % polyester). Putup: 2.82oz/80g, 98yd/90m. Gauge: 15sx24r = 4in/10cm on size US9/5.5mm knitting needles. Dyelotted: we try but are not always able to match dyelots. Care: Hand wash, dry flat, do not bleach, do not iron, do not dry clean. Comes in a variety of animals/colors. Each sold separately. Imported.

DMC Top This Knitting Crochet Yarn Kit, with Soccer Ball Plush

CURRENT ISSUE
November, 2021

No. 106 (11)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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Case Report

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