Solid color Cotton yarn is great for knitting household items such as towels, rugs, pillows, market bags, washcloths, pot holders, and by far the most popular. dishcloths. cotton fibers grow from the outer layer of the cotton seeds, the seed coat. Then a process of separation occurs. First, the cotton seeds from the plant, then the fibers from the seeds. Finally, the cotton fibers get converted into thread, natural fiber yarn, or other soft cotton textiles. cotton knits tend to GROW (from the weight of it) rather than shrink. They're not the same as commercially made garments, which do typically shrink in the wash.
As long as she doesn't wash them in super hot water, they'll probably be fine. Cotton fibers are natural hollow fibers; they are soft, cool, known as breathable fibers and absorbent. Cotton fibers can hold water 24–27 times their own weight. They are strong, dye absorbent and can stand up against abrasion wear and high temperature. In one word, cotton is comfortable.