Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle
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Easy Peasy Beginner Bundle

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Want to crochet, but don't know how? This bundle's for you, future Woobler.

We custom made the yarn in these kits for complete newbies. It won't fray and it won't snag, which makes learning to crochet so easy - we call it The Woobles Easy Peasy Yarn.

Buy the bundle to wooble with friends. Or maybe you'll get hooked after your first one, and decide they're too yarn good to share 😉

Can I really learn how to crochet from these kits?
You bet - over 250,000 people have learned crochet with The Woobles, and you can be next! Just follow the step-by-step video tutorials that come with each kit. Our beginner kits also come pre-started to get you over the first hump. 

What’s included

Skill level
Beginner, Beginner+, recommended for ages 12+

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
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M.N.
If I can Wooble, so can you!

Hi, I'm a Wooble addict. I'd like to start by saying, I am not a crafty person AT ALL. Always been jealous of those who could make things with their hands. My hubby bought me one for Christmas and I loved it so much, I had to buy more! These kits and instructional videos make it so fun and easy to follow. The materials are high quality and well packaged. After making one and it actually resembled the picture, I have the confidence to make more. I did go rogue and deviated from the instructions, I dont recommend that. I thought the beak was too high, so I placed it lower, and now it looks like a man with floppy ears. LOL! I'll stick to the instructions next time. I'm on my way to being a Woobler!

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Evera
Defect.

I received Jojo the Bunny for Christmas. All was going well, until I found a knot in my ball of yarn. Somebody, something had cut the yarn, and then tied the severed piece of yarn back on to the ball of yarn. I was able to cover the knot by hiding it in my body, but I expected a continuous piece of yarn, like most balls of yarn. Please fix these defects in the future, Woobles, but overall, I guess the bunny turned out pretty cute.

Hi Evera - Justine here, co-founder of The Woobles. Sorry about the knot in your yarn! Unfortunately knots are a normal part of the yarn spinning and dyeing process, so you're bound to run into one at some point in your crochet journey. The good news is - they're knot hard to deal with!

Looks like you did this naturally - since you're crocheting amigurumi, you can just hide the knot on the inside of your piece! Make sure you have the right side of your piece facing out, and keep crocheting until the knot lies on the inside of your piece - the 'wrong side' as we like to call it in crochet speak. And just like that, no one will ever know it was there

If you can't get the knot to land on the inside of your piece, just cut it out and follow this video: https://youtu.be/oKTQ0WwLNo0

You can learn more about how to deal with knots and why they exist here: https://thewoobles.com/blogs/news/knots-in-yarn-and-how-to-handle-them

C
C.V.
Really Fun!

Great! Love the part where it is pre-started. Doing Felix tomorrow. Can’t wait!

A
A.S.
So much fun!

I only did the penguin in this set, as the others were gifts. Pierre the penguin was so much fun to do, and the explanations were really well-done. I also liked how the steps built upon each other. Ignore my fin mess-up in the picture; I missed a row, ha ha. Great beginner set!!

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N.
Relaxing and rewarding

I definitely went a little wooble crazy- this is a skill I wanted to learn for a bit but recently took the plunge and never looked back. The instructions are pretty intuitive and easily searched - love these kits

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
93%
(37)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
3%
(1)
M
M.N.
If I can Wooble, so can you!

Hi, I'm a Wooble addict. I'd like to start by saying, I am not a crafty person AT ALL. Always been jealous of those who could make things with their hands. My hubby bought me one for Christmas and I loved it so much, I had to buy more! These kits and instructional videos make it so fun and easy to follow. The materials are high quality and well packaged. After making one and it actually resembled the picture, I have the confidence to make more. I did go rogue and deviated from the instructions, I dont recommend that. I thought the beak was too high, so I placed it lower, and now it looks like a man with floppy ears. LOL! I'll stick to the instructions next time. I'm on my way to being a Woobler!

E
Evera
Defect.

I received Jojo the Bunny for Christmas. All was going well, until I found a knot in my ball of yarn. Somebody, something had cut the yarn, and then tied the severed piece of yarn back on to the ball of yarn. I was able to cover the knot by hiding it in my body, but I expected a continuous piece of yarn, like most balls of yarn. Please fix these defects in the future, Woobles, but overall, I guess the bunny turned out pretty cute.

Hi Evera - Justine here, co-founder of The Woobles. Sorry about the knot in your yarn! Unfortunately knots are a normal part of the yarn spinning and dyeing process, so you're bound to run into one at some point in your crochet journey. The good news is - they're knot hard to deal with!

Looks like you did this naturally - since you're crocheting amigurumi, you can just hide the knot on the inside of your piece! Make sure you have the right side of your piece facing out, and keep crocheting until the knot lies on the inside of your piece - the 'wrong side' as we like to call it in crochet speak. And just like that, no one will ever know it was there

If you can't get the knot to land on the inside of your piece, just cut it out and follow this video: https://youtu.be/oKTQ0WwLNo0

You can learn more about how to deal with knots and why they exist here: https://thewoobles.com/blogs/news/knots-in-yarn-and-how-to-handle-them

C
C.V.
Really Fun!

Great! Love the part where it is pre-started. Doing Felix tomorrow. Can’t wait!

A
A.S.
So much fun!

I only did the penguin in this set, as the others were gifts. Pierre the penguin was so much fun to do, and the explanations were really well-done. I also liked how the steps built upon each other. Ignore my fin mess-up in the picture; I missed a row, ha ha. Great beginner set!!

N
N.
Relaxing and rewarding

I definitely went a little wooble crazy- this is a skill I wanted to learn for a bit but recently took the plunge and never looked back. The instructions are pretty intuitive and easily searched - love these kits