What ply?

by Kim Pracy
(Central Coast NSW AUS.)

Would you please be able to help with what ply 'Baby Double Knitting'Yarn is please? I thought 8 ply, but after looking at the chart, I am now confused.

YOUR ANSWER


In Australia and New Zealand, double knitting is generally 8 ply.

Some 10 plys are also branded as double knitting (depending on where it is produced) but my assumption in this case would be that 'Baby Double Knitting Yarn' is more likely to be 8 ply than 10 ply.

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