🧶 Meaning: A bunch of doubly twisted orange thread spun together to make a ball of yarn with the end of the thread sticking out from the lot. The 🧶 Yarn emoji signifies knitting, crochet, weaving, and other forms of thick fabric that’s best used in the winters.
How and When to Use the 🧶 Yarn Emoji
- A yarn could also mean a story, but mostly, an insanely lengthy and boring story. So if you’re texting your bestie about how someone bugged you with their never-ending walk down memory lane or if you’re telling him/her about a movie/series you watched, you can use 🧶.
- An example for the previous point would be: “Dude. He’s just uncomfortably comfortable talking to me about EVERYTHING 🧶” or “Trust me. You’d get bored in the first episode. It’s not a good yarn🧶”.
- Also, 🧶 would represent a ‘stretch’ as well. So, if you’re inferring to a stretch in a light-hearted context, you can use this. For example, “Aaahh. The books are MUCH better. The series is just a stretch 🧶”.
- You could also use 🧶 to refer to a lie or a truckload of irrelevance. For instance, “Look. Just tell me the truth okay? You don’t need to spin a yarn each time I ask you where the hell you are 🧶”.
- Use 🧶 while posting or reposting pictures and/or videos of woolens! I can be a picture of a knitted sweater, woolen dolls, socks, a time lapse of the crochet you made, etc.
- 🧶 Ball of Yarn
- 🧶 Thread
- 🧶 Green Yarn
- 🧶 Fiber
- 🧶 Twine
- 🧶 Knitting Wool
- 🧶 Wool