Furls Yarn Bowls – A Complete Guide To Your Best Options

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Though mostly known for luxurious crochet hooks, Furls Crochet sells gorgeous tools for crocheters. Like their yarn bowls!

Here is my guide to furls crochet yarn bowls and furls wooden yarn bowls.

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There are three main options available, ones made of wood, metal, or their odyssey versions. (These are made of cosmetic grade resin and come in the same range of colors as the odyssey crochet hooks.)

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Furls Wooden Yarn Bowl

They have two options available, each made of sustainably sourced wood.

Note: They used to sell rosewood yarn bowls, but they’ve all sold out, unfortunately.

Trying to find the best yarn stores online? This is the page to visit.

Handmade Teak Yarn Bowls


Made of strong hardwood teak, these bowls are perfect for holding your yarn.


  • Available in two sizes, medium and large – Medium: 6″ x 6″ x 2.75″ H & Large: 7″ x 7″ x 5″ H


  • Expertly crafted
  • It suits a variety of yarn ball sizes.
  • Smooth surface, doesn’t catch the yarn.
  • Handmade
  • Made in the USA
  • Sturdy
  • Less likely to break than ceramic yarn bowls


  • Slightly expensive, but definitely worth it

In search of what yarn is best for crochet? Here’s some advice.

Handmade Minimalist Pine Wood Yarn Bowls


Expertly crafted out of sustainably sourced blanched pine, this yarn bowl showcases the wood’s lovely texture and wood grains.

The handmade minimalist pine wood yarn bowl is perfect if you love Scandanavian style decor.


  • One size available – 6x6x6″.


  • Beautiful wood texture
  • Lovely natural color
  • The cheapest bowl available from furls


  • Slightly expensive, but definitely worth it

Odyssey Yarn Bowls

Odyssey Bowls

A collection of accessories from the Odyssey line from Furls Crochet, these yarn holders are colorful, bold, and vibrant.


  • Made from hand-polished and hand-sanded colored cosmetic-grade resin.
  • Size – 6x6x6″.
  • Finished in a bright, automative-quality paint
White Odyssey Yarn Bowl

Colors Available

  • Red
  • Peach
  • Yellow
  • Lime
  • Turquoise
  • Blue
  • Purple
  • Pink
  • White
  • Black
Furls Pink Yarn Bowl


  • Available in a wide array of bright colors
  • Match them perfectly with your Odyssey crochet hook or crochet hooks.
  • Smooth and doesn’t snag the yarn.
  • Sturdy but not too heavy
  • Long-lasting
  • It has a gorgeous, swirled hole where the yarn comes out.


  • Expensive, but definitely worth it
  • No bigger sizes available, so they may not fit some balls of yarn.

Sleek Metal Yarn Bowls

Furls Metal Yarn Bowls in colors of silver and copper

These hand-cast metal bowls are handcrafted in the USA. They’re super smooth, sturdy, and polished to a shine.


  • Choose from two different finishes – Polished Aluminum or Copper (not actual copper, it’s just a high-shine copper-colored powder coat on top of the aluminum).
  • 6″ in diameter, and they’re 3″ tall.


  • Stops the yarn from rolling away
  • It has an attractive look
  • The swirl hole where the yarn comes out of looks lovely too


  • Expensive, but you can sign up for their email newsletter for the chance to snag an occasional discount and enter their hook giveaway every month.

I hope you found this guide to furls wooden yarn bowls and other yarn holders available from Furls helpful. These useful and gorgeous tools last a lifetime.

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Jodie Morgan From Crochet Penguin

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Author: Jodie Morgan is a passionate crocheter and blogger with 17+ years of experience currently living in regional Australia. Taught by her mother, she fell in love with crocheting after her first child was born. When she’s not crocheting, you’ll find her enjoying a cup of coffee with cream, or sharing helpful resources and tips with the online crochet community. Please say hello, or see what she's making on socials.

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