Wooden Yarn Bowls: 3 styles/colors to choose from
Place your yarn in one of our yarn bowls to keep it from running away. There's nothing worse than watching a ball of yarn running across your floor .
Bowl #1 is made from maple. Maple is a hard durable wood with a fine grain that woodworkers love. The spiral cutout and three holes not only form an attractive design, but also give you options for securing your yarn. You could even use multiple strands. The glossy coat brings out the rich detail of the natural wood grain. This is a tapered bowl with a flared opening; top and widest middle are 6" diameters, narrowest point is 4.5" diameter.
Bowl #2 is made out of Indian rosewood (also called sheesham). This type of wood is grown in India and is used to make furniture & carvings. This bowl is tapered with an opening diameter of 5 inches and a middle bowl diameter of 6 inches.
Bowl #3 is a two-toned design, made from rosewood (like #2) and mango wood. The pale tropical mango wood is prized for its dramatic woodgrain and variation in tone and texture, which creates a stylish contrast with the more uniform, deep-hued Indian rosewood. This bowl is similar in design and size as the rosewood bowl.
Note: Because these bowls are made of natural materials, the appearance of each item may slightly vary.
Also, the yarn in our pictures is sold separately.