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Wool winders and yarn swifts are very useful and elegant tools that help keep your projects neat and tidy. If you’re sick of getting your yarn tangled and wasting time separating different balls of wool, you’ve come to the right page!
Why use a wool winder?
Why use a yarn swift?
If you require any further guidance on our range of wool winders and swifts, please contact our friendly team of experts. They will be delighted to advise further. If you’re looking to place an order today for ball winders and yarn swifts, we’re delighted to offer free UK delivery on all orders that are over £75.
Wool winder FAQs
What are the best wool winders available?
Here at Yarn Worx, we stock only the highest quality knitting and crochet accessories and our wool winders and yarn swifts are no exception. Both KnitPro and Scheepjes ball winders are renowned for their reliability, stability and elegant wooden finish.
How do you use a yarn swift?
First, unwind your skeins of yarn and remove all labels. Then, open it up into a circle on the table. Drape the yarn over the arms of the swift, being careful not to twist it.
You should then be able to adjust your swift to tighten the strand of wool around the outside. Next, unknot the ties holding the yarn hank and find the other end, which will be your starting point for winding. Pull on this end to wind.
How do you use a wool winder?
Different wool winders work in a variety of ways. However, the typical method is to securely attach your winder to your tabletop.
You then find the end of your yarn and attach it to the notch of your wool winder. By turning the handle of your winder, you can then smoothly pull the yarn into a spherical cake.
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