By purchasing yarn from String Theory, you’re lifting up a number of small and female-owned businesses. We help women in Rwanda, who survived the genocide, educate a new generation. We help women in Uruguay find meaningful work without leaving their rural homes. We help a family in New Hampshire maintain a mill, a tradition spanning hundreds of years. We help restore the Patagonia Grasslands by encouraging sustainable farming.Every yarn we stock makes a positive impact.
Each regular size bag has enough loops to make eight 6" x 6" potholders.
The party size has enough loops to make 18 potholders!
Please note: Since the colors are mixed together by hand, we can't absolutely guarantee that you will get an exactly even number of each color in the blends.
Shipping & Returns
To pick up your order at String Theory, choose GLEN ELLYN PICKUP during checkout.
Most packages are shipped with an $8.95 flat rate.
Ten cent shipping on orders over $100.
Unused items in their original condition and packaging can be returned for store credit within 6 months of purchase. No returns or exchanges are available for sale items or jewelry.
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If String Theory cancels the class for any reason, we will refund your registration fee. If you are able to cancel at least one week prior to your scheduled class, you will receive a store credit for your registration fee. If you cancel less than a week prior to the class, you will receive store credit only if we are able to fill your spot. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide class make-ups.
My granddaughter is enjoying creating new and amazing patterns with her potholder loom and we keep adding new colors. I have ordered more to replenish her supply.
The colors are beautiful and the quality of the cotton make the especially good for weaving!
I’ve bought each of the four color sets available. Each has a great range of colors to play with. You can mix colors from different bags - they all work together on the Harrisville Loom.
These all cotton loops are purpose-made to be used on the looms. They won’t melt, like cheap nylon ones. And they are soft and vivid. Highly recommended.
I made a set of six, pictured below, that we use as giant coasters. They are very absorbent and thick.