Existing Users: Sign In
Create Account
 
you are here: home > yarn > tlc > baby solid
 Quick Yarn Search


Advanced Search

Yarns by TLC
Amore
Amore Multi
Baby Amore Multi
Baby Amore Solid
Baby Multi
Baby Solid
Baby Sparkles
Cotton Plus Multi
Cotton Plus Solid
Essentials Multi
Essentials Solid
Heathers
Macaroon
Wiggles

Baby Solid Add to My Favorites
"Baby Solid" by TLC is an ultra soft, lustrous yarn well-suited to baby garments and children's apparel. Available in pastel and mid-tone solids, "Baby Solid" is designed for baby blankets, layettes and children's clothing. The composition of "Baby Solid" is 100% acrylic.

Shade Cards

Spring 2010
Click to view full size shade card images:
Spring 2010
Fall 2009
Spring 2006
Where to Buy This Yarn
(No stores yet for this yarn)

About This Yarn
 BrandTLC [www]
 DistributorCoats and Clark [www]
 Made InUSA
 Yardage490 yds.
 Weight170g
 Yarn Weight DK
 Fiber Content Acrylic
 Texture Plied
 Gauge (st. /4 in.)22
 Needle Size(s) 6 US (4.25mm)
 Availability Currently Produced
 MSRP$4.49
 CareMachine Wash & Dry.

Colors
Currently Produced Colors
5011: White
(White)
5322: Powder Yellow
(Yellow)
5545: Powder Lilac
(Purple)
5668: Powder Green
(Green)
5737: Powder Pink
(Pink)
5811: Calm Blue
(Turquoise)
Released:
Spring 2010
5881: Powder Blue
(Blue)
5935: Clear Blue
(Blue)
7624: Lime
(Green, Green)
Discontinued Colors
5730: Bright Pink
(Pink)
7221: Banana
(Yellow)
7555: Lilac
(Purple, Purple)
7719: Pinkie
(Pink)
7812: Sky Blue
(Blue, Blue)


Reviews & Comments
rina
Oakland, California
15 Posts
  Tuesday December 26 6:26:53 PM PST
I love TLC Lustre (now discontinued) so I used this to crochet a bag. It pilled within two days of use. And though it's intended for baby items, I find the feel way too plasticky to use for babies.

mrsalreyami
Akron, Ohio
10 Posts
  Saturday January 12 2:58:05 AM PST
I have used this for several crocheted baby blankets, and have been extremely happy with the results. The colors (especially the white, which is so bright) are very pretty. It is also very soft when crocheted.

mrsalreyami
Akron, Ohio
10 Posts
  Saturday January 12 2:58:18 AM PST
I have used this for several crocheted baby blankets, and have been extremely happy with the results. The colors (especially the white, which is so bright) are very pretty. It is also very soft when crocheted.

capless
Ft. Pierce, Florida
12 Posts
  Tuesday April 22 9:35:35 AM PST
I do a lot of charity knitting for preemies and have found this yarn to be the softest and also the best value. Easy to work with in both crochet and knitting.

sarah helene
Minneapolis, Minnesota
77 Posts
  Friday September 4 1:43:59 AM PST
JUST COMPLETED improvised DC & SC narrow scarf using TLC Baby 5881 Powder Blue (sport weight) with Bernat Bling Bling 65122 Brilliant Blue (BULKY). I tried 3 times in past 2 months to crochet Bling Bling alone. HOWEVER, nylon has NUBS & difficult to SEE stitches, so I added pale blue TLC Baby yarn--thin, for which I'm PLEASED with finished scarf. Also used for 8 small crocheted BABY DOLL blankets on 1/3 top portion with Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Baby yarn on bottom 2/3 blanket. For these, effect of thicker & thinner (TLC Baby) added to LOOK! It's a less expensive yarn & easy to "make up." IDEAL choice for little girls' baby dools--washable. Bought at Michaels on sale June 2009.

There are 5 comments on this yarn. View All Comments

Add Your own Review/Comment

     
tell a friend | newsletter | about us | submit yarn info | about us | contact us | privacy policy | terms & conditions
© 2014 Yarnmarket, LLC. Yarndex® is a registered trademark of Yarnmarket, LLC. All rights reserved.