Substitutes for Puritan Crochet Cotton

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Puritan crochet cotton is a vintage brand of crochet cotton made with cotton plants that have long, sturdy fibres. Plants noted for their pure quality are Pima cotton, Egyptian cotton and Sea Island cotton. Processed cotton from these plants creates a soft, durable yarn and fabric that produces high quality items.

Mercerised cotton was developed in the mid 1800s. It is cotton that has been chemically treated to create a better thread, which absorbs dye easily.

Aunt Lydia's Crochet Cotton

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Aunt Lydia's crochet cotton is a fine thread that is easy to weave. It is manufactured by Coats and Clark, a fibre company that has been around since the early 1800s. Aunt Lydia's crochet cotton creates delicate and durable fine linens and projects. It comes in a wide range of colours. Solid colours are made from 100 per cent mercerised cotton and metallic colours are made from 97 per cent cotton with 3 per cent metallic filament. It is machine washable and should be dried on a flat surface.

DMC Crochet Cotton

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DMC Corporation has been in the business of making needlework threads since the mid 1700s. They have a large selection of 100 per cent mercerised cotton threads for every project need. DMC crochet cotton threads are made with long fibres, multiple strands and quality cotton blends. They are also colour-fast to prevent bleeding and come in a wide assortment of weights, sizes and colours.

South Maid Crochet Cotton

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South Maid crochet cotton is 3-ply cotton thread used to make bedspreads, tablecloths and linens. It is made by Coats and Clark, and has been in circulation for more than 50 years. South Maid crochet cotton is 100 per cent mercerised cotton, comes in a variety of colours that won't bleed, and is machine washable.