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Archive of the Month: December 2020

Dye a Festive Red on MARSHMALLOW DK

Dye a Festive Red on MARSHMALLOW DK

  Do you find yourself knitting late into the night and falling asleep clutching your project? Surprised with how many cookies you’ve eaten and how many hours you’ve logged bingeing on Netflix? Do you keep finding tapestry needles and stitch markers in your pockets? That can only mean one thing! Last-minute gift season is upon […]

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How to Dye EGRET Organic Merino Yarn Neon Yellow

How to Dye EGRET Organic Merino Yarn Neon Yellow

Winter is a hard time for color lovers. Wardrobes turn dark and drab along with the landscape. Daylight dwindles. I start to wonder whether my coat has become a second skin! One easy way to fight the winter doldrums is with bright knit accessories! A festive hat or scarf in an unexpected shade adds a […]

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Basic Dye Terms

Basic Dye Terms

Whether you are a veteran dyer or just getting started, there are a wide variety of terms that are helpful to learn. Today on the blog we are going to cover a variety of dyeing terms that will be useful to you wherever you are in your dyeing journey. Let’s get to it! Acidic A […]

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How to Rinse Dyed Yarn

How to Rinse Dyed Yarn

So you’ve dyed your favorite skein of bare yarn! Now what? There are a few things to do at this phase that will be the best for your yarn. Today we will walk you through the basic steps needed to rinse your hand dyed yarn and care for it properly. This process picks up after […]

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How Bare Yarn is Made: Spinning

How Bare Yarn is Made: Spinning

Spinning is probably the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of making yarn. In fact, the first examples of thread or yarn look quite similar to any of the yarns you might see today. These yarns were made using simple hand-powered spindles. As you can see from our video series, making yarn […]

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