|“||The designer everyone is talking about! He's always looking for inspiration...”|
|— Cast Description • Kirby's Epic Yarn|
Like his brothers, Loomis has a gray wool body with no arms and feet, and buttons for eyes; his are green. He doesn't wear a hat and sports bright yellow hair instead. He doesn't keep a mustache either, unlike both his brothers. His mouth and nose are also green.
Loomis Woole operates the only fabric shop in Patch Land, located in Quilty Square. Dom Woole introduces Chaise and him to Kirby and Prince Fluff after they clear Patch Castle, at which point their services become available.
He sells extra Fabric in the game. Other fabrics are obtained by completing mini-games offered by Zeke, Beadrix, Carrie, Buster, and Mara. He doesn't have much initially but new ones are unlocked as Kirby and Prince Fluff progress along the story line. His fabrics count towards the completion rating in Patch Plaza.
Loomis Woole's name, like his brothers', is derived from the word "wool," a reference to the fabric theme of Patch Land. Additionally, "Loomis" is derived from the word "loom," a device used for weaving fabric; this is a reference to his fabric-selling business.
His Japanese name, ヌーノ・ウール (Nūno Ūru), comes from the Japanese word for sew, ぬう/縫う (Nū); and "wool," ウール (Ūru).
- It may be implied that Loomis Woole gives the descriptions at Patch Plaza. The description for the Sewing Machine mentions that the person giving the description has a brother who knows the value of the item; this is likely Chaise Woole. The description for the Chain Link fabric mentions that the person giving the description runs a shop. Dom Woole is a landlord who does not run a shop of any kind. This leaves Loomis Woole as the only character in the game who is related to Chaise Woole and runs a shop.
- Loomis Woole is one of the few characters in the Kirby series that Kirby can visit and converse with outside of cutscenes. Others include Daroach, Magolor, and the other inhabitants of Quilty Square.
- Loomis Woole's lack of a mustache implies that he is still relatively young.