Yarn Info

Our Suppliers

  • Our yarns are ethically sourced and 100% mueseling-free!
  • All Superwash-treated yarns follow the highest environmental standards to ensure minimal impact.
  • US Based supplier
  • Most of our yarns come from South America, mainly Argentina and Uruguay.

If you require more information please contact me.

Our Bases

top to bottom, 3 skeins of yarn in 'Geode' colorway, with a opened up skein under them

Fingering / Sock weight yarns

Steady Sock

Steady Sock is our standard fingering weight yarn. This is a 4-ply yarn, with a 75/25 blend of Superwash Merino wool and nylon. That combo makes for a strong yarn that is resilient but still very soft! Delicious to knit with and very comfortable against the skin. This blend and ply count is a favorite among sock knitters and many who like to knit with fingering/sock weight yarns

Fingering Weight

75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon
4ply yarn 
463 yds/100g skein

Steady Tweed

Steady Tweed is a seasonal base for our Fall collections. A 2-ply yarn, constructed using 85 superwash merino /15 polyamide nep. It has a high twist and the neps add great texture to this light grey base yarn. 

Fingering Weight

85% Superwash Merino, 15% Polyamide Nep
2ply yarn 
428 yds/100g skein

left to right, 3 skeins of coral yarn and an opened up skein last. 'Living Coral' colorway

DK Weight Yarns

Dreamboat DK

Dreamboat DK is a DK weight yarn. This is a 4-ply yarn, made of 100% Superwash Merino. This yarn is very similar to our Wonder worsted yarn, but in a lighter weight. It’s soft, springy and just a delight to work with. This is a great yarn for making garments.

 DK weight

100% Superwash Merino
4ply yarn
231 yds/100g

Dreamboat Tweed

Dreamboat DK Tweed is the DK version of our Steady Sock Tweed and is a seasonal base for our Fall collections.  It’s a 4-ply, nep textured Donegal style yarn, made of 85% Superwash Merino and 15% Polyamide Nep. Dreamboat Tweed is available in the same yardage as our regular DK base.

 DK weight

85% Superwash Merino/ 15% Polyamide Nep
4ply yarn
231 yds/100g

a hand holding up a skein of 'Unicorn Rave' with plants showing in the background

Worsted Weight Yarns

Wonder Worsted

Wonder Worsted is a worsted weight yarn, it is a 4-ply yarn, made of 100% Superwash Merino. This yarn is springy, soft, and all around a great multi-purpose yarn for anyone looking for a reliable yarn they can count on.

Worsted weight

100% Superwash Merino
4ply yarn
218 yds/100g

Don't see what you were looking for?

If you’re looking for a specific base and can’t see it on my website, or If you are interested in ordering larger quantities, feel free to contact me!

*Yarn base availability and selection may change depending on suppliers and demand. Yarn prices may change to accommodate for fluctuating prices in the Wool supply market.*

Care Instructions

While some of our yarn bases are Superwash treated, we still highly recommend using a mild detergent/soap, washing and rinsing in cool water and laying flat to dry. This ensures that your project stays looking fresh and beautiful for longer. 

When so much love, time and – let’s be honest – money, goes into making something, it’s always worth the bit of extra care it takes to look after it.

Your yarn gets a lot of love before coming to live with you! 

All of our skeins get rinsed a few times to ensure there’s no excessive bleeding and then get a nice soak in Eucalan to help keep them nice, fluffy and happy!

Tips

Part of the beauty and art of hand-dyed yarns is that no two will ever be the same. 

If you’re working on a larger project and will require more than one skein, please make sure to order enough to finish your project to minimize the natural differences that occur from batch to batch. 

For larger projects it’s good practice to alternate 2 skeins at a time to help blend the variations of each skein, specially if you want to prevent color pooling. To do this you’ll alternate skeins every few rows.

Our Guarantee

Our yarns are checked and triple checked to make sure the colors are well set. That being said, a little bit of color bleeding is common on the first wash of all yarns and fibers (think, brand new blue jeans for example), so if this happens to you, don’t worry, it’ll be alright. If for any reason you have an issue with your yarn, get in touch and I will make sure we get it sorted out. I’m here for you, always feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns!

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