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Amy Reader

Amy Reader

Amy Reader is a fiber artist based in Portland, OR. She learned to sew when she was six years old and quickly fell in love with textiles of all kinds. With the help of her grandmother, Amy learned to knit and crochet shortly thereafter. Amy started dyeing with kitchen safe dyes and was immediately hooked. She loves working with bold and playful colors and primarily dyes yarn for her line of hand-embroidered jewelry.

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Variegated Ombre ASPERITAS

Variegated Ombre ASPERITAS

Variegation is one of my personal favorite effects to explore when dyeing yarn. I love the texture that the color variation creates when it is knitted. The depth of color and the way variegated yarn creates interesting little pools and pockets of color is a delight to explore. Today we are going to be dyeing […]

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Garment Dyeing Knits with LATTE

Garment Dyeing Knits with LATTE

Garment dyeing is the process where a garment is dyed after it is finished. This is handy if you want to knit or crochet something in undyed yarn and want to dye it when you are done. This can also be used to over dye something that is already finished if you want to shift the […]

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ASPERITAS Handpainted Spring Sunrise

ASPERITAS Handpainted Spring Sunrise

ASPERITAS is a recycled, sustainable base that is 50% recycled wool and 50% tencel. The tencel gives the yarn a beautiful sheen when dyed. Today we will be hand painting shades of peach, blush, and yellow to create a warm spring sunrise inspired skein. These colors fade together to create a lovely warm blend perfect […]

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Spring Showers Blue on DUO

Spring Showers Blue on DUO

Spring is fast approaching, and one of my favorite signs of spring is all of the flowers poking up from the ground. The flowers are such a beautiful, colorful reminder of the importance of the soft spring rain showers that water the plants. To welcome spring, I wanted to make a blue inspired by spring […]

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Earthy Green on EGRET and BRISTLE

Earthy Green on EGRET and BRISTLE

Spring is full of a variety of beautiful shades of green everywhere you look! It is one of my favorite seasons because of this. These earthy colors were the inspiration for what I dyed most recently – two skeins of soft, earthy, green on the sustainable bases EGRET and BRISTLE. Both bases are organic and […]

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