So soft! Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo DK is a gorgeously gentle blend of natural bamboo and wool fibres is simply perfect for all types of baby knitting and crochet projects. Machine washable.
A British brand with a breadth of history, Sirdar dates back to 1880 when the original spinning company was established by the Harrap Brothers. With a passion for all things wool, the pair made a name for themselves with the yarn's high quality and the vast variety they produced.
We've created these great value packs, giving you more of the yarn you love at a more economical price. Each pack includes 6 balls of a single shade.
As one of the UK's leading online retailers we aim to keep our prices of your favourite yarns as low as possible all day everyday.
We do everything we can to make sure your order gets to you as soon as possible.
With over 100,000 items in stock, most of our products are available as soon as you purchase them. If a product is temporarily out of stock or you’d like a large quantity, we may be able to back order the items for you. If a product is to be backordered, this will be clearly indicated in your shopping basket prior to checkout. If your order contains a backorder, we will aim to despatch your items together when we receive the out of stock item from the supplier, however this will not always be possible and some of your order may be sent separately. If there are any problems with your order we will let you know as soon as possible.
The cost of delivery is calculated during the checkout process based on the delivery location.
For more information see our Delivery and Returns page
If you are unhappy with your goods, you can return them in a saleable condition within 30 days of receipt for a full refund, in line with The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000. The buyer is responsible for the cost of the return postage. We recommend that returns are sent by recorded delivery as we cannot accept responsibility should your returns go missing.
Deramores Retail Limited (Returns)
Unit 1 Sabre Way