Get 25% off on your first purchase - Subscribe & Save   |   FREE SHIPPING on US orders over $195
Close

No products in the cart.

Category: Dyeing techniques

How To Dye Halloween Orange on MARSHMALLOW WORSTED

How To Dye Halloween Orange on MARSHMALLOW WORSTED

Fall is here! Time for pumpkin spice lattes, spooky haunted houses, apple cider donuts, fiber festivals, and most importantly, the start of sweater knitting season! With limited time to complete this sweater, I need to pick something quick to knit up. Luckily, Knomad just released the perfect yarn for this project, MARSHMALLOW WORSTED. I’m casting […]

Read more
Ocean Blue with RIT Dye

Ocean Blue with RIT Dye

RIT Dye is an easily accessible dye that is a lot of fun to work with. You can find RIT at your local craft store and it comes in a variety of colors and premixed into liquids! Today on the blog we are going to be transforming two skeins of PRISM 85% Fine Superwash Merino […]

Read more
Ocean Blue Ombre with Food Coloring

Ocean Blue Ombre with Food Coloring

The new SNOWDRIFT MINIS are the perfect size to dye up an ombre colorway. In this post we will be adding one mini skein at a time to a dye bath. This process will mean that the dye bath will exhaust as skeins are added, making each skein lighter than the previous skein. This method […]

Read more
Dye a Rainbow on SNOWDRIFT Minis

Dye a Rainbow on SNOWDRIFT Minis

SNOWDRIFT mini skeins are finally here! We took our best-selling SNOWDRIFT superwash merino and nylon blend fingering weight yarn and skeined it up into bite sized mini skeins. These perfectly sized 20 gram skeins of yarn are just begging to become advent calendars, mini fades, cute intarsia or fair isle palettes, and whatever mini goodness […]

Read more
Natural Dyes for Wool: Marigolds

Natural Dyes for Wool: Marigolds

It’s summertime as I write this, and in the full swing of summer it’s easy to find those dependably cheery flowers: marigolds! Marigolds are ideal for the beginning gardener. They’re hardy and survive in many different environments, from Zone 2 to Zone 11, when sown as seed on the ground, and the common orange variety […]

Read more
X