99c balls of wool at Lincraft

6 April 2008

Usually up to $2.99 per ball,
from Thursday 3rd April to Sunday 27th April,
you can purchase certain balls of wool (all different textures)
for 99 cents.
Quite good if you're making something big like a jumper.

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8 comments

  • Keeys
    Store location http://www.lincraft.com.au/default.asp?contentID=560 Special doesn't look to be available online ...unless I just missed it ??
  • photographyisart
    no its not online, its instores
  • Keeys
    my nearest store is 4hrs away lol Maybe spotlight will put on something similar? Fingers crossed :)
  • Gallifrey
    there is "Flutter" wool on this site in their online store from 98c a ball, ]http://www.lincraft.com.au/shop/product.asp?pID=822&cID=294
  • ScarletRubies
    If anyone has a chance to go past Lincraft, can you let me know if they have actual wool (woolly wool, made of wool, off a sheep) for this price? I can send mum on a trip to Lincraft for me if I tell her what to get... Ta!
  • Keeys
    pmsl wooly wool baaaaa
  • craftykiwi
    ScarletRubies;45651
    If anyone has a chance to go past Lincraft, can you let me know if they have actual wool (woolly wool, made of wool, off a sheep) for this price? I can send mum on a trip to Lincraft for me if I tell her what to get... Ta!
    Will do Scarletrubies. But more than likely it's not. Most of the balls I've looked at in the last few years all seem to have acrylic in them, hence the cheaper price. But will check them out next time I'm passing.
  • craftykiwi
    ScarletRubies;45651
    If anyone has a chance to go past Lincraft, can you let me know if they have actual wool (woolly wool, made of wool, off a sheep) for this price? I can send mum on a trip to Lincraft for me if I tell her what to get... Ta!
    Oops! Sorry Scarletrubies completely forgot about checking out Lincraft until today.:o Was passing and remembered about the wool. A quick look noted that the current cheap specials were only on the Acrylic wool or Acrylic blends. However, did see some 'pure' wool that while not on special wasn't overly expensive. As an aside noticed the interesting new types - wool blended with bamboo, soybean or even Alpaca.

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