Yarn bowls are the solution to keeping your yarn from rolling away and falling to the farthest corner behind the sofa (where it inevitably falls in with the no-good dust bunny crowd). Guide fine- or heavy-gauge yarns down the slot to the opening, where it will stay safe and secure while you knit, yet ready to release the yarn without breaking if needed.
Turned by hand in Maine and finished with natural oils for protection, our bowls are available in three wood types. Each sturdy yet light bowl is unique. No two are alike.
Maple: A medium toned wood with a beautiful grain that is emphasized with the hand polishing.
Ash: A light colored wood with highly textured grain. Some bowls have occasional spalted, dark colored spots, and others are absent of any spots. Each bowl is unique - let us surprise you.
Spalted Maple - This medium toned, rare wood is technically not a specific species of Maple, but rather a type of Maple that has been allowed to begin initial stages of decay. The dark contrasting lines and streaks where fungus has begun to attack the wood become nature’s art.
Approximate Measurements: 4" tall, oval measurements of 5.5" and 6.5" at opening
*Note: Each bowl is unique, and the natural placement of the woodgrain may differ slightly from the photographs.