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Schoppel Lace Flower
The sample "Nuvem" in our book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions" was made out of one Schoppel Lace Flower, colorway "Blasser Schimmer". Color changing yarn in fascinating shades: That's what southern German yarn maker Schoppel is famous...
Content 150 Gramm (€13.90 * / 100 Gramm)
Schoppel Edition 3
For the sample "Strider" from our book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions" we recommend 150 g (3 balls) of this yarn. The colorway "Rosetta" is the one most similar to the yarn used in the sample. Just as pretty and colorful as the Crazy...
Content 50 Gramm (€14.50 * / 100 Gramm)
The sample "Tensfield" from the book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions" was knit out of 60 g of this yarn, colorway "Papagei". This yarn "Gradient" by German manufacturer Schoppel consists of 100% wool, is light and voluminous due to its...
Schoppel Crazy Zauberball
The samples "Easy" and "Ecken + Kanten" from the book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions" were made out of 100 g (one ball) of this yarn each, colorways "Sanduhr" and "Papagei" This yarn is like a magic trick! "Crazy Zauberball" by German...
"Pur" by Schoppel is made of 100% slightly felted Merino fiber and comes in amazing colors – ideal for hats like Blunk the Hat , Langfield or Tensfield ! The yarn is voluminous and warm but very lightweight. One skein will make an...
Schoppel Zauberball Cotton
The gorgeous Zauberball yarn by Schoppel is now available in organic cotton, too! Great for light summer shawls e. g. Buds & Bumbles.
Schoppel Zauberball Crazy Cotton
So colorful, so soft and so exciting: Zauberball "Crazy Cotton" will suprise you with its ever-changing color combinations out of two strands of gradient organic cotton yarn. It's wonderful for a summer shawl or loved ones who don't like...
Kit: Wood Warbler Cowl ENGLISH
Kit to make "Wood Warbler Cowl", containing 2 balls of Schoppel Gradient (100% wool) à 100 g, 1 ball “Gelbfilter” (2306), 1 ball “Schatten” (1508) plus the printed pattern in English language. Gradient yarns are fascinating, and the fun...