Wholesale of wool and yarn
Within our wholesale wool and yarn range, you will find hobby materials for craft hobbies such as crocheting, knitting, macraméing, embroidery and punnicking.
However, we do not specialise exclusively in crafts, wool and yarn. We offer hobby materials in the categories: paper hobby, painting, decoration, basic materials and jewellery.
Our craft range consists of several well-known brands.
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At our wholesale outlet, you will find different types of yarn for crafting hobbies.
For example, crochet thread, embroidery thread and macramé thread (also called macramé rope or macramé cord).
Wholesale of wool
At our wholesale shop, you will find different types of wool for crafting hobbies.
Below is an overview of all our yarns:
In our range you will find sets of embroidery thread of 10 different shades. Each strand contains 10 metres of splitting thread.
Cotton yarn - Nilo 3
Magic Dream Yarn
Magic Dream Yarn from Stafil is a yarn mix of cotton and acrylic yarn. Composition: 60% cotton, 40% acrylic. Magic Dream Yarn is available from us in 10 enchanting colours. There are three to four shades in one ball of yarn. For Magid Dream Yarn, we recommend knitting needle or crochet hook size: 4.
Stafil's Daisy wool is a lovely soft yarn with beautiful colour gradient. The composition of this wool is 65% wool, 27% acrylic and 8% alpaca. 50 grams per ball with a running length of approx. 80 metres.
For Daisy wool, we recommend knitting needle sizes: 7-8.
This playful wool from Stafil is available from us in 9 shades. The composition of this wool is 60% polyacrylic, 35% polyester and 5% wool. 50 grams per ball with a running length of approx. 50 metres.
This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius.
For Fleurs wool, we recommend knitting needle sizes: 8-9.
Gala wool from Stafil contains small shiny sequins. The composition of this wool is 55% acrylic and 45% polyester. 50 grams per ball with a running length of 100 metres. Stitch ratio 10×10 = 4 stitches x 9 rows. This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius. For Gala wool, we recommend knitting or crochet hook size: 5-6.
Wool Malibu blend
Stafil's Malibu wool blend is a playfully soft wool. With a composition of 50% polyamide and 50% polyester. 100 grams per ball with a running length of 50 metres. Stitch ratio 10 x 10 = 4 stitches x 9 needles. This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius. For Malibu blend wool, we recommend knitting needle sizes: 8-9.
The Tweed is a beautiful blended yarn of 60% wool and 40% polyacrylic. 100 grams per ball with a running length of 200 metres.
This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius.
For Tweed wool, we recommend knitting needle and crochet hook sizes: 4.5-5.
Alpaca wool is similar in structure to sheep's wool fibre. Alpaca wool is somewhat softer than sheep's wool. Alpaca wool from Stafil consists of 70% Alpaca, 20% wool and 10% acrylic. With a weight of 50 grams per ball, a running length of 80 metres and a thickness of ø 4mm.
Wool Colors from Stafil is a beautiful basic wool in 49 different colours. The composition of this wool is 100% acrylic. 50 g per ball with a running length of 133 metres. For Wool Colors we recommend knitting needle and crochet hook sizes: 3-3.5.
Merino Wool plus
Merino Wool plus from Stafil is a lovely soft 100% merino wool. 50 grams per ball with a running length of 90 metres. Unlike other wools, merino wool does not sting.
For Merino Wool, we recommend a knitting needle or crochet hook size: 5-5.5.
Stafil's Cordula wool has a composition of 25% wool and 75% acrylic. 100 grams per ball with a running length of 95 metres. This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius. For Cordula wool, we recommend knitting needle or crochet hook sizes: 6-8.
Stafil's Krinkle wool is a very soft wool made of 100% polyester. 200 grams per ball with a running length of 13 metres. We recommend not crocheting Krinkle wool with yarn, but with your hands.
Stafil's Liana wool has a velvet look and is made of 100% polyester. 100 grams per ball with a running length of 65 metres.
For Liana wool, we recommend a knitting needle or crochet hook in sizes: 6 - 8.
Cuddly wool from Stafil is a fluffy wool made of 100% polyester. 100 grams per ball with a running length of 60 metres. This wool can be washed at 30˚Celcius. Stitch ratio 10 x 10 = 10 stitches x 12 needles. For Cuddly wool, we recommend knitting needle sizes: 10-12 and crochet hook sizes: 10-12. In addition to the regular Cuddly wool, we also have Cuddly colours and Cuddly glitter wool in our range.
- Required for one hat - 1 ball of Cuddly yarn
- Required for one scarf - 2 balls of Cuddly yarn
- Required for one jumper - 8 balls of Cuddly yarn
Wool Molly from Stafil is a coarse wool composed of 100% wool.
200 grams per ball with a running length of 22 metres. We recommend for Wool Molly knitting needle size: 15 or knit by hand.
Bouclè yarns from Stafil are ideal for making various fashion accessories, such as bags, scarves, hats and many others. Let your imagination run wild and indulge yourself in various creative projects this winter. The standard Bouclè (100g) is available in 7 colours, while the Doll's Hair Bouclè (25g) is available in 6 colours.
Merino Wool thin
Merino Wool thin from Stafil is a raw sheep's wool, but slightly finer than the German Merino wool. This wool is suitable for felting. Merino Wool thin is available per 50 grams in 8 different colours. A set of 7×50 gram natural shades is also available.
Wool German Merino
German Merino wool from Stafil is a raw sheep's wool. Unlike other types of wool, merino wool does not sting. This wool is suitable for felting. German Merino wool is available per 50 grams in 34 different colours. There is also a 250-gram set available with an assortment of 12 colours.
Spongy yarn from Stafil is ideal for crocheting or knitting decorative projects. This wool does sting a little and is therefore less suitable for clothing or clothing accessories. But very suitable for making your own decorations such as a scrub sponge.
The composition of this yarn is 100% polyester.
50 gam per ball with a running length of 84 metres. For Spongy wool, we recommend a knitting needle size: 2-3 with a stitch ratio 10×10 = 20 stitches x 22 rows. Or a crochet hook in size: 4.
What is easy to knit?
To start knitting, it is easy to knit a straight piece, for example a scarf or a potholder.
Knitting for beginners
Knitting starter pack
What can you crochet as a beginner?
You can also join these loose patches together to form a large blanket, for example, or attach them to a bag.
Crochet for beginners free patterns
Nowadays, many free crochet patterns can be found online. Several tutorials on crochet can also be found on YouTube. Use search terms like: learn how to crochet, basic crochet stitches or granny square crochet.
Which rope for macramé?
What twine is needed for macramé varies from project to project. The more details you want to apply in a project, the thinner the twine. The same applies to small projects, such as macraméing key rings or jewellery. Keep in mind that you need a lot of twine for macraméing. On average, each thread should be 3.5 times as long as the project you want to make. With thin yarn, you will need more twine and you will also spend longer knotting.
Our range also includes handy measuring boards for macramé.
Embroidering cards on paper
Embroidery on paper: this technique used to be used to teach children how to embroider. But you can also use it to give your homemade card a luxurious look. This way, embroidery is trendy again. We also have various (stitching border) templates from Marianne Design for this purpose in our range. This way, the holes for embroidering on cards are already punched in the right pattern.
Embroidery on paper free patterns
On our site, you can download various embroidery patterns for cards for free. In all kinds of themes such as embroidery patterns for Christmas, birth and animals.
What is a good punk mill?
Prym's crochet mill is of high quality. With the help of a puncheon mill, puncheoning is a lot less time-consuming. Follow the steps from Prym's manual or video carefully. It sometimes takes a while for the knitting mill to get going properly, patience is a virtue. But after that, pinning goes very smoothly. However, it is important to choose the appropriate yarn for punning.
Which wool to use for punning?
Use a wool/yarn that is not too thick for punnicking. Especially in a punk mill, thick yarn or yarn with many 'loops' will get stuck in the small hooks. 100% cotton yarn is very suitable for punnicking, such as the Nilo 3 cotton yarn from Stafil.
What can you do with punning?
Punnelling is great for making figures. For example, make a potholder trivet by rolling up the end of the drawstring.
Darning with iron wire
When you thread iron wire through your final drawstring, you can easily make figures.
The example below shows how to make a punk name (thread name) with punk thread.
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