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Scheepjes Woolly Whirl - gradient yarn blend cake

Why Scheepjes Woolly Whirl is a special yarn?

Scheepjes Woolly Whirl is the warm alternative to Scheepjes Whirl and perfect for the cold seasons. This extra-large yarn cake made of 70% cotton and 30% wool has extra long color changes and is perfect for making warm shawls and scarves. Just like Scheepjes Whirl, Woolly Whirl is a fully twined yarn that makes knitting fast and easy, avoiding the splitting of yarns. Each color switch is carefully tied so that you can hide the knits discreetly in your stitches (Use a bigger 3-4mm hook or needle.)

What to knit or crochet from Scheepjes Woolly Whirl?

The beautiful drape of this yarn makes it perfect for shawls, accessories, garments, and stylish home décor projects. Woolly Whirl has a unique twisted plied section, which gives it a characteristic ‘flavour’ all of its own! This Extra Large yarn cake holds an enormous 1000 meters of softly color changing yarn, more than enough for a large shawl or wrap. Look around in Yarn Fariy's pattern collection to find a project with this yarn! I would like to find a pattern >>>


How can I find the right color or color combination?

This delicious gradient yarn from Scheepjes comes in 9 amazing delicious colorways. Each shade is named after a sweet cake like "Melting Mint Centre" or "Crème Anglaise Centre". Look Yarn Fairy color combo suggestions on Blog! I would like to see the color suggestions >>>

How Can I combine Scheepjes Whirl or Woolly Whirl with other yarns?

It is easy to combine Whirl with Whirlette which is a 100g ball (455m!) of exactly the same yarn as Whirl, but in a single color, that coordinates beautifully with many of Whirl yarn cakes. It is suitable to extend a pattern using Whirl cakes, to join and border Whirl motifs with or to make sleeves on a garment. There are endless possibilities! I would like to see the color combo suggestions >>>

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