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McIntosh CALM® Extrafine Merino & Cashmere DK Wool
McIntosh FABULOUS Bluefaced Leicester & Mulberry Silk 4-Ply Yarn
McIntosh BFL Bluefaced Leicester DK Yarn
McIntosh FABULOUS Bluefaced Leicester & Mulberry Silk DK Yarn
McIntosh BFL Bluefaced Leicester 4-Ply Yarn
King Cole Rosarium Mega Chunky Yarn
Deramores Baby Prints DK Yarn, 100g
Deramores Studio Special DK Yarn, 100g
Deramores Studio Baby Luxe DK Yarn, 100g
Deramores Essentials DK Yarn
Deramores Studio DK 50g
Four Seasons Crochet Along Kit in Deramores Studio DK Yarn
Indian Summer - The Official Deramores CAL by Leonie Morgan
Sweet Blossom Blanket Crochet Along in Hayfield Yarn
Scandinavian Winter Knit-Along in Novita 7 VELJESTÄ Yarn
Mediterranean Summer An Official Deramores Crochet-Along
Mosaic Dream Blanket Crochet-Along by Emma Leith in West Yorkshire Spinners ColourLab DK & Deramores Studio DK
Noel Christmas Decorations Knit Along Kit in Deramores Studio DK Yarn
Groves Toy Stuffing 250g
Trimits 6mm Solid Black Safety Eyes
Trimits 12mm Solid Black Safety Eyes
Trimits 9mm Solid Black Safety Eyes
Essentials Knitters Needles
Deramores Studio DK Acrylic Yarn Shade Card
Create stunning projects with our extensive selection of loom-friendly yarns.
It’s widely thought that any type of yarn can be used when knitting on a loom – but the fact is, some weights and fibres lend themselves better to this method than others. Here, we’ve put together a selection of the very best yarns for loom knitting to help you create items that are both beautiful and designed to last.
It’s simple to knit on a loom using thicker, bulkier wools or DKs. They are easy to manoeuvre, and you’ll be able to spot any mistakes quickly when you choose these types of wools. Quality products such as the Bonus DK from Hayfield and the Comfort DK from King Cole are great all-round yarns that are tough enough to stand up to heavy use on a loom. But that’s not to say that you can’t work with finer materials, if you have enough pegs on the loom to accommodate them. We’ve listed a range of lighter yarns here, including fingering yarns from the likes of Scheepjes and Lopi, and Rowan’s Fine Lace and Kidsilk Haze varieties.