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Darn Good Yarn
Luxury Rooster Ceramic Yarn Bowl

Keep your yarn dust-free and off the floor · Made with hand-painted clay



Add some flair to your crafting space with this ceramic rooster yarn bowl. This yarn holder will keep your yarn from rolling around and becoming a tangled mess while adding a unique and decorative accent to your living space.

  • Instructions: Place a ball of yarn in the bowl and string through the hole on the side to dispense the yarn
  • Keeps your yarn from rolling around and becoming a tangled mess
  • Perfect for crocheters, knitters, and crafters
  • Hand-painted and glazed
  • Made in China

Includes:

One Luxury Rooster Ceramic Yarn Bowl. Yarn not included

Dimensions:

3.5" x 3.5" x 4.5"

Weight:

1 lb

Materials:

Glazed clay

Care:

Wipe clean

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The wooden yarn bowls and silk sari yarn from Darn Good Yarn are made in India by women who are paid fair wages and provided safe working conditions—because Founder Nicole Snow wouldn’t have it any other way. She’s committed to supporting women through economic empowerment as well as Fair Trade practices. These goods that do good stand-out for being beautifully made, too. The silk sari yarn saves vintage saris destined for the dump by upcycling them into colorful yarn. Each sari is torn by hand and sewn into strips that can be knitted, crocheted, woven—or used any way you like. And Indian rosewood and teak or ceramic are used to craft notched bowls that keep yarn neatly corralled. Nicole was looking for a way to combine two loves—creativity and helping people—when she retired from the U.S. Air Force. With Darn Good Yarn, she ensures that her workforce of women isn’t just making ends meet—they’re helping their families flourish.