Collection: Cotton Yarns
Both pima and sipan cotton are considered luxury yarns because they both have a longer staple length than conventional cotton, resulting in an ultra-smooth (shiny!) fabric that is soft to the touch. And breathable. And durable. And moisture-wicking. Sigh. I just love this yarn for weaving, but I've noticed more cotton and linen patterns for crocheters and knitters out there, and if you are allergic to wool, this is a great alternative to wool yarn.
Just note that it lacks the elasticity of wool, so be prepared for a different experience when knitting or crocheting with it. You may have to go down a needle/hook size or two, and prepare for it to stretch when wearing.