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Schoppel Zauberball Eedition 6 iis a very soft merino yarn with a subtle color gradient. The fine merino wool caresses the skin and provides cozy warmth.
The harmonious color gradients give your sweaters, scarves and shawls a special appeal.
For Schoppel Edition 6, high-quality merino wool from Patagonia is used, which is processed into the finished yarn in Germany.


Material:100% new wool (Merino fine, superwash)

barrel length:300m/50g

Needle size: 2 - 3 mm
Care recommendations:Machine wash at 30°C

Consumption: for a sweater in size M you need about 300g

Also available asmagic ball edition 3 with 300m/50g running length

Schoppel Zauberball Edition 6 is a high-quality yarn made from 100% merino wool and available in many different, unique color combinations. The yarn is characterized by its slowly running color gradients, which give it a lively and varied look.

The yarn is extra durable and has a soft, smooth texture, making it an excellent choice for a variety of knitting projects. It is machine washable, making it easy to care for and use.

Schoppel Zauberball Edition 3 is perfect for making items of clothing such as sweaters, scarves, shawls and hats. It is also ideal for accessories such as bags or blankets.

Due to its unique color gradients, the yarn is just as suitable for experienced knitters and crocheters as it is for beginners. It offers countless creative possibilities to create unique and beautiful projects.

In summary, Schoppel Zauberball Edition 6 is a versatile and high-quality yarn characterized by its vibrant colors and durable, soft texture. It is an excellent choice for a variety of knitting and crochet projects and offers endless possibilities for creative design ideas.

Schoppel produced with the awareness of a common world and a common future. The raw materials for the production of Schoppel yarns have a short supply chain and thus guarantee clear traceability to the origin. The knitting yarns are produced exclusively in Europe under environmentally and socially acceptable conditions throughout the entire production process.

Various types of wool are used to produce Schoppel yarns. The individual types differ in the fiber thickness of themerino wool. Coarser fibers are more resilient, finer fibers are less scratchy but more expensive. The fiber thickness is measured in microns.


For theSchoppel-Products made from merino wool are made exclusively from merino woolPatagoniaused. The southern part of Patagonia cannot be used for agriculture due to the fall winds and is only suitable for keeping sheep. Sheep cannot be kept in factory farming, but rather serve to cultivate rural areas. In Patagonia, the sheep are less affected by insect infestation and therefore do not have to go with thempesticidesbe treated and also that which is painful for the animalsmulesingis not known there and is not used. The sheep live there freely and close to nature. They are only caught twice a year for shearing and health checks.

Schoppel Zauberball Edition 6

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