If a 4-ounce skein contains 280 yards, how much yarn does a 2.55-ounce skein contain? Stay with me, it's actually quite easy. To get the answer, multiply the original yardage (280) by the new weight (2.55), then divide this number by the skein's original weight (4). In my case, the answer is 178.5—that ball contains 178.5 yards
Very Useful Info On How To Determine Yardage Of A Partially Used Skein.
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"This took forever" label for your handmade gifts. hee hee
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This looks easy enough. I love all the patterns available on ravelry
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