Wool yarn costs $60 in a flea market

Wool yarn is one of the most sought-after items at flea markets, where it’s the most expensive and most sought after, but it’s also one of its most sought out items. 

According to WoolLab, the cheapest and most common wool yarns on sale in the United States are made by Merino.

The most expensive yarns, however, are made from a combination of wool from China, Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam, with the most commonly used yarns coming from a mix of China, Italy, Japan and Europe.

Wool products, of course, have become more expensive as they have become popular. 

WoolLab found that WoolShop, the largest retailer of wool in the country, was the second most expensive wool market in the U.S. It is also the most popular in Japan, with an average of more than 10,000 customers a day buying wool. 

The company also listed the cheapest yarns at online retailers, which can be a good place to find the cheaper yarns.

WoolShop.com, for example, is the second cheapest in the world, according to Wool Lab.

It sells a wide range of colors, including the most common black and white and is available for a fraction of the price at WoolShop and other online retailers. 

A wool shop in a suburb of Shanghai. 

Image Credit: Flickr user japaniadot