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Category: Knomad Team

Sustainability at Knomad: Organic Wool and Recycled Fibers

Sustainability at Knomad: Organic Wool and Recycled Fibers

There are many factors to consider when choosing sustainable yarns. At Knomad, sustainability means respecting natural resources, and our partner mill in Arequipa, Perú is aligned with this philosophy. As a young, independent brand, we’ve chosen to work with manufacturers with generations of experience to help us create more sustainable ecru yarns.    Organic Undyed […]

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Meet the Team: Nataly in Marketing

Meet the Team: Nataly in Marketing

  The tight-knit team at Knomad lives and breathes all things yarn, and our admin team is no exception! Knomad’s Marketing Coordinator, Nataly Salazar, has a true passion for fiber. “One of my most memorable experiences was when I dyed my first skein of yarn,” Nataly said. While her day-to-day is usually focused on coordinating […]

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Meet the Team: Gina in Creative Marketing

Meet the Team: Gina in Creative Marketing

Queen of rainbow-hued knits Gina Röckenwagner wears many hats at Knomad. This talented yarn dyer oversees marketing and content creation, writing articles for our blog as well as coordinating marketing campaigns. Every day, Gina connects with our creative community of dyers as she manages Knomad’s social media channels. “I love seeing what people make with […]

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Meet the Team: Alex Gernert in Customer Care

Meet the Team: Alex Gernert in Customer Care

If you’ve sent us an email, or reached out using our live customer support chat, you’ve likely connected with Alex Gernert, Head of Customer Care at Knomad. Let’s meet the avid knitter who fields your burning questions about our yarn.   For Alex, her role is about building relationships. “I think it’s helpful to be […]

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How Undyed Yarn is Made – Meet the Master Sorters, Miriam and Lourdes

How Undyed Yarn is Made – Meet the Master Sorters, Miriam and Lourdes

Today in our video series “How Undyed Yarn is Made”, we’re meeting Miriam and Lourdes, two of the master sorters at the Arequipa, Perú based mill we work with. This process is special to the Alpaca yarn production process. Alpaca is a species of South American camelid closely related to llamas. This region has raised […]

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