Category Archives: Yarn

Do The Twist!

We have added an exciting new member to the Dishie family – Dishie Twist! We used our original cheerful Dishie solid colors mixed with White to ...

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New Dishie Colors!

Our beloved dishcloth cotton has gotten a color update! We've got great new colors in both solid Dishie and Dishie Multi, and we thought the perfect way to show them off was in our ongoing Free Dishcloth Pattern series. (P.S. Did we mention Dishie is also on sale for the month of November?)

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Working with Fable Fur Yarn

Have you tried our new Fable Fur yet? It's a ridiculously soft faux fur yarn that knits (or crochets) up beautifully at a bulky gauge. It makes a delightful faux fur fabric, perfect for all kinds of things like cowls, headbands, cuffs, collars, cat beds, blankets, slipper linings, and stuffed animals, to name a few! But, if you've never used anything like it before, it might be a bit tricky to work with. So I'm here for you, with some tips and tricks!

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Choosing The Right Cotton Yarn For Your Projects

This time of year, cotton and cotton blends are often the go-to yarn of choice for many knitters - knitting or crocheting a lap full of wool in warm weather is not pleasant! However, swapping out a cotton yarn for wool isn't as simple as it sounds. Cotton yarns have unique characteristics and properties that make it perfect for some, but not all, projects. I've put together some info and a list of of what kind of projects we recommend for our plant-based rockstars.

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Tutorial: Triple-Stranding from One Yarn Ball

This is a very easy technique I've used oh-so-many times over the years, being a lover of heavier yarn weights. It's perfect for using lace weight yarn to make anything that isn't lace, or using sock yarn in place of an aran or bulky weight. I've even used this technique with worsted and aran weight yarn to get super-bulky weights!

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About Our Wool

Wool—one of nature’s most versatile fibers. Naturally sourced from mammals such as sheep or goats, wool is a protein fiber known for its uncanny ability to withstand a great deal of use. Among its laundry list of beneficial attributes, wool boasts antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, while remaining breathable, insulating, cooling, and also water resistant. It’s no wonder we love wool fibers for both garment ...

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