I launched a new website. Hopefully it will be easier to find what you want. Shop by color and then choose your fiber, or shop under mini skeins and gradients to check out more limited offerings.
Science is Real is one of many new curated color sets from Three Fates Yarns. Six color sets contain 100 yards of each color and four color sets contain 40 yards of each color. I recently used them for a Toolbox Cowl and a Cuba Hat. They are particularly effective when paired with a contrasting color, making them great for shawls like Saturate, Find Your Fade or Solaris.
Three Fates Yarns is a one-person operated dye business based out of my home in Oregon. I travel to four shows a year in the Pacific Northwest and can otherwise be found on Etsy or through Instagram.
I’ve been thinking over how to do a different club for the year and I decided that hand dyeing some gradient or ombre sock blanks would be a great way to have a fun club! I was thinking of calling it Gradients and Ombres from A to Z, when I remembered an alphabet book by Maurice Sendak called Alligators All Around. Mashing that up, I got Gradients and Ombres All Around.
You can buy a one month trial, a 3 month, 6 month or 12 month membership.
Subscribers can choose a one repeat, two repeat or four repeat pattern (four repeats is best for socks for people with small feet, one for shawls and two is pretty flexible.) The yarns are Terra Sock and Glitz. They are both superwash merino nylon blends, but Glitz gets some sparkle in it.
We’ve got gradient kits over at Three Fates Yarns. I’ve taken my most popular colorways and turned them into gradient kits of 2.5 skeins/kit. The yarn is Terra Sock, a high-twist 3ply blend of Merino and nylon yarn. It’s wonderfully bouncy and durable. The put-up size is large which makes it very flexible. Other than making baby sweaters for twins, you can easily weave or crochet with this amount of yarn. It also makes wonderful shawls and cowls. Add a contrasting neutral like woodsmoke and you’ll have the perfect sweater.