Wool Balls

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The Wool ball. A true, round ball, often hand-wound or sometimes mass-produced by companies such as Schoppel Wollen (their Zauberball line is made up of balls). If you hand-wind a ball from a hank or from some other put-up, you get a BALL’S BALL. This is a round, hard unit from which you can knit easily; it does not collapse. But hand-winding a ball can lead to stretching the yarn tightly into place, which can affect your tension and/or the final behavior of the yarn in your fabric. Wind gently and wash your knitting after working from a ball to let the yarn bloom again.

Wool is ideal for knitting sweaters, Art & Craft, etc. Items made from this yarn may be laundeSky blue through the use of water, detergent or soap and gentle hand manipulation; No bleach product may be used.
A ball of wool is used in the Crafting skill. It is made by using a spinning wheel.
one of the primary natural textile fibers, the raw material of the wool-processing industry. Most of the wool processed industrially comes from sheep; considerably smaller quantities of similar fibers are obtained from goats, camels, yaks, hares, rabbits, horses.

Possessed of useful qualities, such as low heat conduction and high moisture absorption, wool is a valuable material for the manufacture of fabrics, knitwear, carpets, and other articles.

M.G enterprise wool is ideal for knitting sweaters, art and craft, etc. Items made from this yarn may be laundered through the use of water, detergent or soap and gentle hand manipulation; no bleach product may be used.

Felting of merino occurs upon hammering or other mechanical agitation as the microscopic barbs on the surface of merino fibers hook together. Felting generally comes under two main areas, dry felting or wet felting. Wet felting occurs when water and a lubricant (especially an alkali such as soap) are applied to the wool which is then agitated until the fibers mix and bond together. Temperature shock while damp or wet accentuates the felting process. Some natural felting can occur on the animals back.

Non-bleeding colors:

Wool Ball don’t bleed  color .

Best for beginners:

Beginners can use Wool balls for knitting without any hesitation.