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We are thrilled to be adding a new base to the line-up at Invictus Yarns! SportMaster is the sport-weight version of our popular Master of My Feet base, with 328 yards per 100-gram skein. With 80% superwash Merino and 20% nylon, it’s perfect for socks, shawls, gloves, garments… the possibilities are seemingly endless!

At Bijou Basin Ranch, we’re counting down the days till the premier of Outlander this August! As longtime fans of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander book series which is now being made into a TV show, we were inspired to create a spectrum of “Outlandish” hand-dyed colorways for two of our most popular and luxurious bases. For the first time ever, our Merino and Yak blend yarn, Himalayan Trail, is being dyed in our Outlandish colors which encompass a broad spectrum of semi-solid hues. Our versatile Yak and Bamboo blend yarn, Lhasa Wilderness, is also available in the Outlandish semi-solid hues, and there are also four variegated “Tartans.” ALL bases and colors are in stock and ship within 24 hours!

There were two new colourways in WIMBLEDON Sport 100% SW Merino added to the shop in Friday’s update — Blue Pictsies and Fenland.

As you can see in my mocked-up image, the hues are a perfect pairing for Sarah Hurwitz’s Creamsicle (from the summer issue of Pom Pom Quarterly) if someone is after something on the cooler side of the colour wheel for their beautiful, bobbly cardi!

The skeins are now in shop.

There’s been some new stuff popping up over at Skeinny Dipping — spinning fiber! But in case you don’t spin, there’s lots of yarn in the shop, too. And if you’ve been wanting a certain sweater quantity or a certain colorway on a specific base, you’ll be thrilled to know there’s a Spring Pre-Order event going on now through Monday, June 9th. Info is over at the Skeinny Dippers group on Ravelry (won’t you join us?).

My name is Lexi Parisse and I’m a fiber artist and beekeeper. It all began at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where I received a BFA specializing in knitwear. After college I went to work in the NYC fashion industry as an assistant designer, then a design and sales consultant for the largest knitting machine manufacturer in the world, Shima Seiki. While working at Shima, I took a drop spindle class and I was hooked. Now, not only could I create a garment using yarn but I could also create the yarn too! I needed to dive deeper into my new obsession so I decided to leave my job within the fashion industry, move to Long Island and work on a fiber farm. It’s one thing to work with amazing fiber but it’s another thing to work with the animals that provide it to you. Now I am starting a new adventure in my life. I want to not only create and sell beautiful fiber and bee-related products but I want to educate people on bees and the fiber arts as well.

Check out our store for a selection of drop spindle kits, hand spun yarn, bath and beauty products, hand-dyed fiber and more! Enjoy!!

Summer has landed at Cuddlebums HQ with a blast of colour as we introduce some new bright colourways and a couple of new sparkly bases.

You will find lots of aqua, yellow and pink in our new coloursways, perfect for holiday projects, as well as new bases of gold and bronze sparkle, which are guaranteed me make your projects sparkle in the sun.

You can use the code INDIE10 to get 10% off all yarns our shop during June.

A new colorway will be added to the shop on Monday, June 2! Glory is a lovely variegated blend of red, white and blue and will be available on the Master of My Feet base. You can’t beat the lovely twist on this fingering-weight yarn, and with an amazing blend of 80% superwash Merino and 20% nylon, it can be used for oh, so many projects!

paper and yarn began with a frustrated new knitter in need of some ‘encouragement’ and has evolved into a dye-works and local yarn shop (The Thankful Ewe). We specialize in grumpy stitch markers but also create simple dangle-frees and light weight retro-inspired collections.

Our ‘Hues’ line of hand dyed sock yarn was introduced a few years ago to provide mono-chrome colors that are great for lace knitting. We ship internationally too!

Welcome to Artisan Yarns! I think what sets us apart from many indie dyers is that we are not only dyers and fiber artists, but we also raise and breed alpacas. We know alpaca inside and out! We are a two-person operation and have been dying alpaca and alpaca blend yarns since 2000. As of the recent year, we’ve been growing quickly. This last year alone, we are featured in two of the latest books by Margaret Hubert (the first one os coming out June 1st), featured in Holla Knits, and last month we were a proud supplier of yarn to subscribers of the very popular yarn subscription club, Yarn Box.

Our yarns range from a worsted/chunky weight called “Alpaca Magic” to DK weights. “Creé-Ah’s Breath” is 100% baby alpaca, and “Alpaca Silk” is a 70% alpaca/30% silk blend. This July, we will debut our new “Alpaca Silk Lace” at the TKGA Conference. All our yarns come in Hand-Painted, Tonal, and Solid collections.

We hope you will join our Facebook fan page for updates on new yarns, colors, shows, announcements, etc., and join our Ravelry group.

We hope you love what you see (and feel). We believe in creating colorful luxury one small batch at a time. We’d be honored if you chose our yarn to make your next masterpiece!