I love yarn

Because it’s sooooo pretty!

Merino Fingering from local dyer Viola, in Sea Storm:
sea storm

Sliver Moon Farm merino fingering in Smoky Plum:
so pretty

Colinette Jitterbug in Oyster Blush:
jitterbug in oyster blush

I’m madly in love with all these yarns at the moment. Good thing they don’t expect me to be faithful!



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13 responses to “I love yarn”

  1. Seanna Lea Avatar

    While I love all of the yarny photos here (and the top two are in my normal color pallette), I have to say I love the oyster blush. It’s a great color without being too feminine.

  2. jaya Avatar

    I can’t wait to see what you come up with for all of these! :)

  3. Mujercita Avatar

    I totally understand- it seems like everywhere has been having yarn sales lately, and I’ve been having trouble resisting. I’m currently awaiting my orders of:

    2 colorways of Malabrigo Worsted
    Some Malabrigo lace
    A skein of Dream in Color Smooshy
    3 skeins of Noro.

    I think yarn is addictive….

  4. Silvia Avatar

    They’re beautiful!

  5. Kayten Avatar

    Woot! It’s our yarn, and the stitch is lovely! That’s our most popular colorway.

  6. telma Avatar

    ::GASP:: wow… thank you for posting this. i have been looking for more local dyers & spinners :) thank you!

  7. Cory Ellen Avatar

    I adore that color of Jitterbug – it looks pink, brown, grey, or lavender depending on how you look at it. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Leah Avatar

    Wow, that Sea Storm is particularly gorgeous, and the Oyster Blush is one of my old favorites (must get some of that one day!).

  9. Emily Avatar

    Oh my, Such pretty photos! Thanks for posting my yarn!!!

  10. Kate Avatar

    Beautiful photos – and such gorgeous sheens on all three yarns! Love ’em :-)

  11. Maryse Avatar

    They are pretty indeed! Even their names are lovely!

  12. allison Avatar

    Those really are some gorgeous colors! I especially like the first :)

  13. Sasha Avatar

    Oooer! I’ve just starting my first knits with Jitterbug and am in LUFF with it too!! How fabulous are fabulous yarns – delicious!!

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