Monthly Archives: March 2017

Top Instagram Posts

We love sharing our projects and pretty yarn pictures on Instagram, as well as your projects! Here are a few of our top Instagram posts from the last few months:

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Romantic Knits – the Sunday Morning Collection

Romantic Knits: Introducing the Sunday Morning pattern collection at

Introducing Sunday Morning

Prepare to fall in love with Sunday Morning, a romantic, flowing collection of garments that will inspire your inner daydreamer. Soft pastels and a loose gauge show off light yarns in eight projects – including tank tops, short-sleeved tops, and lacy cardigans. Let me introduce you to a few of my favorite romantic knits from this fabulous collection!

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Introducing Felici Worsted

Felici lovers, it’s time to celebrate!

Introducint Felici Worsted

Your favorite ultra soft self-striping yarn is back, bigger and better than ever! We brought back some of our best-selling colorways – and your favorites! All the things you love about Felici Sock Yarn is now available in worsted-weight: Superwash Merino at 19.5 microns (layman’s translation: super-duper soft) for amazing next-to-skin-softness, with a bit of nylon for strength and durability. Introducing Felici Worsted, for everything from socks to washable accessories.

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Choosing The Right Cotton Yarn For Your Projects

It’s spring, the weather is warming up and it’s time to put away those woolly sweaters and switch them out for lighter weight garments! A question we often get  this time of the year is which of our cotton yarns work best for certain projects. I’ve put together some information and a list of what we recommend for some of our warm weather cotton and cotton-blend yarns.

Cotton Yarn from

First, a brief overview of cotton yarn. Cotton is strong, durable and machine-washable fiber. It’s a great choice to use for people with wool sensitivities and  vegans; plus it’s wonderful for next-to-skin wear during warmer months. Cotton can be harder on the hands for some people since it is an inelastic fiber; cotton blends tend to be easier to knit or crochet with. Because of the inelastic nature, it can be harder for cables or color work projects; however textured stitches will show up beautifully.

And now the yarns!

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