November 7, 2019

Our Needle and Hook Travel Organizer Debuts Friday Nov 8th

  • A red polka dotted fabric case.

Drum roll please!

We would like to present to you our brand new (Travel Size) Needle & Hook Organizer!!

This organizer holds eight-plus sets of DPNs, crochet hooks and circular needles, all in one compact and easy-to-travel case! These are awesome for your entire collection, or to have in each project bag for project support!

This Friday, November 8th we will make live tons of fabrics for you to order from! Many are long discontinued, so shop early!

Also: we will be at Stitches SoCal 2019 in booth #401/500 from Thursday, November 14th to Sunday November 17th! Come say “Hi!” and check out all the goodies I will have in stock!

See pictures for a visual representation of the following:
• This organizer is 7.25” wide and 8.25” long when closed/15.5” long when open.
• Two-snap closure and a 5”x7” back pocket to store any extra accessories you need easy access to.
• Inside you will find four 3.75” vinyl “see-through” pockets perfect for circular needles, cords and anything you want to see and get at easily.
• There are four 1.25” and four 1.5” pockets to hold your DPN and crochet hooks!
• Also included is a removable zipper pouch (5.25”x7”) that you can snap in or out and still secure the case when closed.

This organizer easily fits in our Medium, Large, XL and Hybrid Sling Project Bags. Take it everywhere!

September 20, 2019

Eighth annual Kings County Fiber Festival in Brooklyn

Advertisement for the 8th annual Kings County Fiber Festival on October 12, 2019.

The Kings County Fiber Festival is an outdoor market for the fiber enthusiast! The setting is the historic Old Stone House of Brooklyn, located in picturesque Park Slope, on Saturday, October 12th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Aside from a variety of indie vendors — including dyers, felters, knitters, crocheters, quilters, spinners and weavers — the event will feature a talk and exhibit by crochet artist Nacinimod Deodee, moderated by textile developer Sahara Briscoe of Super String Theory Design.

We will also be collecting donations of handmade hats for the homeless.

August 9, 2019

New at BeesyBee Fibers

  • Skeins of plum and orange variegated yarn

Hello there! It has been a while since I updated my shop with hand-dyed yarn. As you can imagine, I’m very excited about this update. Maybe because we are at the end of summer, and I felt the need of starting a new knitting project, but I didn’t want to start another Fall season without offering hand-dyed yarn in the shop.
Patricia

Storewide sale

Here at Eternity Ranch Knits it is time to do some summer (spring) cleaning to make room for new skeins going into the upcoming Christmas season. What better way to celebrate than a Christmas in July sale. Starting Wednesday, July 24th until Wednesday, July 31st use coupon code CHRISTMASINJULY for 25% off any purchase. If you spend over $35 you also get free shipping. Why not grab a full year of Disney Princesses or Gone With the Wind with this discount? See you there!!

What’s New at Fluffy U Fiber Farm

  • A collage of magenta yarn with various variegated skeins.

Summer is upon us and the lambing season is finally done. If you are looking for a lightweight yarn to knit with this summer, our hand-dyed wool, linen and silk blend is perfect. I just finished Wave by Kristen Finlay with our wool, linen and silk blend and it knit up beautifully.

We are participating in the Save Em to Save Em Campaign and we have raw Shetland and Leicester Longwool as well as Leicester Longwool yarn. We will have Shetland yarn for the fall festival season.

If you are in the Dover, Pennsylvania area, give us a call and stop by and see the farm, our baby lambs, all the sheep and the shop, located on the farm.

G’day from Australia

Great Ocean Road Woollen Mill is a boutique spinning mill located in the hinterland of the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia. We pride ourselves on being incredibly sustainable: 95% of our power comes from our solar setup and we wash only using rainwater and a low phosphate detergent, with the waste water keeping our orchard green and healthy. We source all our fibre directly off farmers, most of whom live within one hour of our property/mill. Our yarns have the lowest carbon footprint of any commercially produced yarn in Australia, about 225km from farm to scourer to us (the alpaca travels even less distance, being washed by us on site).

Our yarns are yarns with heart. They are small-batch runs, designed to highlight the amazing work Australia does in growing some of the best fibre in the world. The merino we use is 17.5 microns, making it incredibly soft and luxurious, ideal for next-to-skin projects, or just that lovely cuddle factor. All of our fibre is traceable and every yarn has a story behind it: who grew it, where it was grown and how it was transformed into yarn, ready for you to use and love.

Our business is the true definition of small business. It is just my husband, Nick, and I, Isabel, who do everything from sourcing the fibre, processing the fibre and selling the yarn. Every time someone buys our yarn they become part of our story. To find out more, get in touch and say G’day!

February 1, 2019

Needles, Notions, Gifts and Goodies

Did you know that My Mama Knits offers more than just gorgeous hand dyed yarns? Whether you are shopping for yourself, a good friend or getting to know a new fibre swap partner, you will find something sure to delight in our Needles, Notions, Gifts and Goodies section. There you will find a quirky selection of hand-sewn project bags made especially for us by Amelia X Joy, stitch markers in singles or themed sets, and hand made birch wood Socker’s Rules by Fleece Loved Products.

We also stock a range of HiyaHiya products perfect for the knitter, such as cute animal snips, glitter cable needles and short 9″ circulars in bamboo or steel. Need a birthday or gift card for that special fibre loving friend? We also have a range of stationary featuring luscious photos of knitting in nature and our yarn.

Come and check us out and find something you love.

January 30, 2019

Knit Collage Handmade Yarns

Here at Knit Collage, we create unique yarns to inspire your creativity and to get your needles humming! Most of our yarns are handspun with the exception of our Wildflower yarn that is made from fabric. Some of our yarns are chock full of trims, like flowers and ribbons and others are simply spun into interesting textures with fun colors. Check our our winter yarn favorites and wide ranging selection of patterns to go along with them too!

November 22, 2018

Holiday Weekend SALES!

The BIG shopping weekend is upon us! If you have crafty friends, loved ones, or are just in the mood to treat yourself, this holiday weekend is a fantastic time to take advantage of some pretty great once-per-year discounts at Cedar Hill Farm Company. We always strive to provide eco-friendly yarns–in fact, we’re so concerned about it that we grow our own yarn right here at Cedar Hill Farm in the North Georgia Mountains. Nearly everything we offer is touched by my own hands at nearly every step of the way, from hand-sewn project bags in all shapes and sizes to drum carded natural roving to yarn that is grown here to the hand dyeing process for our yarns and braided roving that takes place here in the fresh mountain air.

What’s going on at cedarhillyarns.com this week/weekend? Visit cedarhillyarns.com and you’ll find out!

* Now through Sunday, November 25: FREE SHIPPING to U.S. and Canada customers on orders of $40 or more with code HOLIDAY.
* Wednesday, November 21 – Monday, November 26: 20% off all in-stock project bags (no code required)
*Small Business Saturday: Take 15% off all in-stock Chiaogoo Red Lace circular needles (no code required)
*Cyber Monday: Take 15% off all in-stock yarns with coupon code CM15.

And if you’re in the market for a knitting pattern to gift to a crafty friend on Ravelry or to download for your Thanksgiving Day Cast-On, then visit my pattern store on Ravelry for a 20% Discount on all my patterns, Nov. 21 – 26. (Discount is automatically applied at checkout.)

From all of us at Cedar Hill Farm Company to you and yours,

Happy Holidays!

Keya Kuhn
Cedar Hill Farm Company

November 15, 2018

The FiberCrafty shops are celebrating Small Business Saturday in a big way!

We aren’t just celebrating Small Business Saturday — we celebrate small businesses every day! Over at the FiberCrafty Marketplace, we are having a full week long frenzy with plenty of our shops offering coupon codes, free shipping and other goodies! If you want to get a complete list of all the deals to be found, just let me know.

In the meantime, let me tempt you with highlights from a few of our shops! Pictured above, in order.

Named after Marissa’s first bunny, The Spun Bunny specializes in beautiful handdyed yarn and fiber that come in a variety of fibers, bases and preparations. A beautiful selection from her studio in PA!

Several of our shops have AMAZING variety. Pixie Knit Designs is one of them. Based in NC, Tammie has handspun yarn, stitch markers and fiber for spinning.

Donna, based in NJ, owns LunaStitch which is another varied shop. She makes high quality project bags, has beautiful magnetic shawl pins (no holes!) and tools (fabulous stocking stuffers!)

The proprietress of My Grandma’s Garden is Lori of IL and she plays with clay. She has unique tools, buttons and stitch markers in her shop. She also has yarn keepers, handspun yarn and more! Well worth a look.

If you are part of any fandom, check out The Artful Princess! Sarah is based in GA and offers a large collection of exquisitely made project bags and stitch markers.

Serenity Artisans is the place to go for a luxury gift. Sue handcrafts stunning yarn bowls in PA from a variety of woods. These are an elegant example of functional art for fiber crafters.

This is just a sampling of the shops and products on FiberCrafty! Do you follow us on Instagram? We help you stay in the loop with our newest listings.

Shop owners: if you are looking for an easy to use, cost-effective place to host a shop front, take a look at FiberCrafty! We provide a lot of information in our FAQ and it just takes a few minutes to open a shop. Questions? Just hit the Contact Vendor button!

So many indie dyers. One email.
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