Spoopy Rolags – Wool Blend Rolags for Spinning For Advanced Beginners, one of a kind


50% of the sale of this set will go to the Red Cross to support the victims of the wildfires.

This is one of my “Known Quantities” Rolags. These have a Halloween/stripey sock sort of feel to me, thus their name “Spoopy.” Featuring black, purple, midnight blue, and a gray-off white plus a fair amount of sparkle. I believe this set will be a little bit “slippy” and so I’m saying these are probably best for an advanced beginner (and beyond.)

From Dictionary.com:

Spoopy is an internet slang term used to describe something that is “spooky” but in a comical or cute way, such as a puppy in a ghost costume or a goofy Halloween video. It is based on a viral picture of a Halloween decoration that misspelled spooky as spoopy.


  • 18% merino wool (Not superwash)
  • Sparkle
  • balance synthetics

Total Rolag Weight: 4.2 oz (119 g)


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I try to create these surprise rolags with some sort of inspiration in mind - rather than just an "everything but the kitchen sink" method.

Because these are hand blended, and hand rolled, you may find small thicker or thinner areas. All rolags are one of a kind or similar. What you see is what I have.

You can you pull on the ends and pre-draft to your desired thickness to create roving. With this rolag, you can spin it in to yarn, or use in needle felting.

Each rolag order *may* contain any-or all-of these fibers:

  • Wool, fiber, or fur from any number of live animals (sheep, goats, rabbits, alpaca, etc.)
  • A stray/random cat hair (Please see ALLERGY INFORMATION tab above.)
  • Natural fibers (cotton, hemp, flax, bamboo, silk, etc)
  • Recycled and upcycled fibers (sari silk, other yarns)
  • Synthetic fibers (rayon, nylon, polyester, etc.)
  • Shiny sparkle (angelina, firestar, starbright, etc.)


I do my best to make sure the colors in my photos are true to my products. Because colors differ from computer screen to mobile device, please message me if you have any questions about colors, textures or yarns. Thank you!

I do share my home with a Ragdoll cat named Baker. Generally, he keeps away from the fiber but I can’t promise that a stray hair will not make it into a product. Additionally, because I take in other people’s fur for the purposes of making the Keepsake Hearts, there may be other fur crossover. If you are concerned about a potential allergy, these may not be the products for you. =)

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