Loli 120g | Bilum

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Experience the magic of Bilum Hand-Dyed Yarns, where each cake offers a mesmerising gradient of colours that you'll find impossible to put down. These 100% Merino wool yarns are incredibly soft and provide excellent drape, making them perfect for a wide variety of projects.

Whether you're crafting a shawl or a scarf, or maybe even adding a pop of colour to a sweater yoke, this yarn is versatile and vibrant. Watch as the colours shift seamlessly, adding a unique and beautiful touch to your project. It is the perfect choice for the ultimate show stopper or for when your want to take the decision of colour progression out of the equation, and just let the yarn do the work for you.

Key Features:

  • Gradient yarn with beautiful transitions between the colours.
  • 100% soft merino wool
  • 120g cake gives a generous 600m - no fear of yarn chicken for those projects that need a little more than the standard 100g offers.
  • Care Instructions: Hand Wash
  • Please note: You can choose to start your gradient by working from either the inside or outside of the cake of yarn.
Needle Size: 2mm-4mm, US 0-6
Fibre Content: 100% Merino Wool
Weight: 120 grams
Length: 600 metres
Tension: 32sts to 10cm. Your tension may vary.
Care Instructions: Hand Wash


Bilum Hand-Dyed Yarns are ideal for crafters who appreciate quality and beauty in their materials. Add a touch of elegance and colour to your next project with these stunning yarns. 

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Customer Reviews

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Patricia McCarthy
Bilum Loli

This yarn is fantastic. So soft and easy to work. But the main wonder is how the colours blend so perfectly from one to another. Beautiful and mesmerizing. I chose the rainbow colours for the Anica shawl.