Knitting & Crochet Yarn

We are proud to offer you a vibrant range of yarns that are perfect for your next knitting or crochet project.

We have the beautifully fine Ashford Merino 4 Ply, which is perfect when you need something soft and luxurious. Or perhaps the incredibly diverse and popular Double Knit (DK) is your ‘go to’ option. Another very popular yarn is the Malabrigo such as the Rasta range


What is Crochet

Crochet is a popular handicraft in which yarn (usually wool or cotton) is made up into a textured fabric using a hook style of needle, more commonly referred to as a crochet hook.

The crocheted fabric often is created into wonderful projects such as blankets, shawls, beanies, or even 3D toys. We stock a wonderful range of crochet hook sets, accessories and yarns to keep you busy all year long

What is the best Yarn for Crochet?

The best yarn for your crochet project depends on the project itself and your personal preferences. Some of the most popular types of yarn for crochet include:

Acrylic yarn:

Acrylic yarn is an affordable and versatile option for crochet. It is available in a wide range of colors and can be machine washed and dried.

Cotton yarn:

Cotton yarn is a natural fibre that is soft and durable. It is ideal for making dishcloths, summer tops, and other items that need to be breathable. It can also be lovely for making more decorative crochet projects

Wool yarn:

A favourite amongst crochet crafters. Wool yarn is warm and cozy, making it perfect for winter accessories like scarves and hats. It is available in a wide variety of yarn weights, meaning there is a type to suit every crochet project. You can opt for the super soft 4 Ply Merino yarn, which is perfect for babies clothing. Or for something a little more versatile, there is also the 8 ply DK wool. If you are looking for a heavier winter weight yarn for soft, warm scarves you cant go past the malabrigo. Wool is also very durable.

Alpaca yarn:

Alpaca yarn is soft and luxurious, with a natural sheen that gives finished projects a beautiful drape. It is often more expensive than other types of yarn, but it is worth the investment for special projects. Ultimately, the best yarn for your crochet project depends on your personal preference, the type of item you are making, and your budget.
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