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Schoppel's magic pearls are a soft merino yarn that comes in a finely coordinated range of colors like a paint box for knitting and crocheting. The high-quality  new wool (merino fine) comes from Patagonia, the yarns are made in Germany. A sales unit of magic pearls is delivered in seven small balls that are colour-coordinated and together add up to 100g. Depending on the knitting model, any number of magic pearl units can be combined. The magic beads are also very suitable for knitting jacquard patterns and inlays.


The soft yarn and the beautiful colors  not only enchant when knitting, but also when wearing the sweaters, scarves, shawls and socks.

Material: 100% new wool (merino fine)
Barrel length: 400m/100g

Needle size: 2-3mm

Magic beads available in the following colors:

2413 Samsara
2414 mezzo-soprano
2415 soprano

2416 baritone
2417 basses
2418 Arabesque
2419 Burano
2420 Samarkand
2422 Tulipmania
2424 Lighthouse

2456 Tulipmania

2457 allegrams

2458 Concitato

2459 Fortepiano

2460 Ritenuto

2461 Vivo
2462 Allegro
2463 Accelerando
2464 Tenerife
2465 Calando
2466 pianissimo
2467 Mollendo



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Schoppelproduced 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 the merino wool. Coarser fibers are more resilient, finer fibers are less scratchy but more expensive. The fiber thickness is measured in microns.


Only merino wool from Patagonia is used for the Schoppel products made of merino wool. 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 be treated with pesticides, and mulesing, which is painful for the animals, is not known there and is not practiced. The sheep live there freely and close to nature. They are only caught twice a year for shearing and health checks.

For cotton yarns, Schoppel uses "Supreme Green Cotton", which corresponds to the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 and thus the highest product class I, which is also suitable for baby clothing. But Schoppel cotton offers even more: it also meets the criteria for the STeP (Sustainable Textile Production) and Made in Green by OEKO-TEX® labels. This means that the cotton is environmentally friendly and was produced using resources efficiently and under socially acceptable conditions. Supreme Green Cotton has been tested for harmful substances and has a longer service life due to its high quality.

Schoppel uses biosphere wool from the Swabian Jura for the Albmerino and Alb Lino yarns. This wool is obtained from 2,500 sheep from the Stotz migratory sheep farm in the biosphere region of the Swabian Jura. Their special properties are a high resilience and a comfortable fit.

The organic merinos are made from merino wool from Patagonia and linen from French cultivation. The Schoppel production facility in Wallhausen is GOTS-certified and thus meets the strict requirements for the seal throughout the entire production chain.

The numerous sock yarns make up a large part of the Schoppel product range. The classic sock yarn contains 25% polyamide for the durability and durability of the socks with regular use. Since 2019, Schoppel has been using environmentally friendly and biodegradable polyamide manufactured using Amni Soul Eco® technology. This polyamide can decompose rapidly at the end of its life cycle, facilitating bacteria access and degradation to waste materials, thereby accelerating the biodegradation process. The fiber degrades in around five years through the earth's natural processes, but still retains benefits such as tear resistance. Because the degradation process does not take place in daily use.























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