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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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How to Join the Wholesale Program

How to Join the Wholesale Program

Have you heard about the Knomad wholesale program? Today on the blog we are going to go through the ins and outs of the wholesale program as well as the benefits of joining! Prepare to stock up on lots of skeins of soft, and squishy bare yarn for your business. This program is open to […]

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Knitted Swatches of Stratus

Knitted Swatches of Stratus

STRATUS is a soft, lightweight, squishy yarn that has a satiny handfeel. This yarn is a fingering/sock weight yarn and is 80% extrafine merino wool and 20% nylon. The super soft merino wool gives it that soft and delicate finish perfect for a garment or blanket that feels gentle on the skin! Today I’ve knitted […]

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Blueberry Inspired RIT Dye on Marshmallow Worsted

Blueberry Inspired RIT Dye on Marshmallow Worsted

Blueberries showcase so many different shades of blue and purple and those little berries are a beautiful source of color inspiration any time of the year. In this post, we will be using three different colors of RIT dye on MARSHMALLOW WORSTED to layer a beautiful purple-y blue colorway inspired by berries. RIT dye is […]

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Why Choose Knomad Yarns?

Why Choose Knomad Yarns?

I fell in love with textiles at a young age. I learned to sew, knit, and crochet before I was ten. Over the years, I’ve tried out a lot of different kinds of yarns. When I was a poor college student, I was working with whatever yarn I could get my hands on. This was […]

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Cozy Autumn Red on MAGNOLIA

Cozy Autumn Red on MAGNOLIA

When I think about cozy activities around autumn and Thanksgiving, I think about apple picking, the warmth of apple cider or mulled wine, and cozy vibrant shades of red that freckle the sky. For these skeins of yarn, I wanted to show off the beautiful soft sheen of MAGNOLIA because it really shines with a […]

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