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Geo-Metry

Geo-Metry Cocoon Leather Yarn Holder

Colour
Tan
Black
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  • We are completely in love with this gorgeous, super useful, handmade Yarn Holder!

    THE perfect solution to keep yarn from rolling away, the perfect way to appreciate your gorgeous yarn, and a perfectly stylish fashion accessory too!

    The leather yarn holder is equipped with a strap so you can hang it anywhere, or you can wear it as a bracelet on a wrist while you knit.

    The drawstring closure makes it super simple to insert and change your yarn.

    Handmade in vegetal tanned leather in Geo-metry's own little studio in Denmark.

    USER TIPS
    - start pulling the yarn from the inside of the yarn ball
    - attach the removable strap on the mid horizontal strap for the best balance point on your Cocoon

    Also, be sure to check out Geo-metry's Yarn Turtles which are a perfect addition to this Yarn Holder.

    Note: These yarn holders are made slowly and lovingly handmade to order, so when they are gone, it might be a little wait for the next batch.

  • Size:
    Diameter - 15 cm
    Height - 13 cm
    Removable strap - 28.5 cm
    Depth of leather straps - 3 mm 

    Material:
    All leather straps are in vegetal tanned leather except the leather cord used on drawstring closure.

    Leather Care:
    Over time the leather (tan) will richer and deeper in colour and tone.
    Apply an impermeable spray, to protect your item from stains.

  • From their small studio in Denmark, where most products are slowly hand-made, Geo-metry is rooted in the Scandinavian Design Spirit with its simplicity, aesthetic and functionality.

    True believers in "slow fashion" Geo-metry implement a strategy of keeping stock levels to an absolute minimum and reducing any unnecessary waste of resources.

    Their goal is to offer useful and beautiful products for makers and creative souls.

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