Can I use acrylic yarn for ear savers?
You can grab those little leftover balls of yarn you haven’t known what to do with to make these ear savers. … Acrylic or cotton yarns will work great.
What’s wrong with acrylic yarn?
Many acrylic yarns actually contain carcinogens that can be absorbed through the skin when the yarns are worn. Natural yarns contain no such harmful chemicals. (Although in some cases, wool and cotton yarns do cause adverse skin reactions due to personal allergies.)
Is cotton or acrylic yarn better?
Both Acrylic and Cotton yarns are extremely durable, but cotton is more durable of the two. With cotton, the more the yarn is used and washed, the more comfortable it becomes. This does not happen with acrylic yarn, because time and multiple washes doesn’t affect acrylic yarn much.