We sell fine and luxury hand dyed yarns and kits of our own designs as well as popular designers. Or colors range from saturated to a quiet whisper of color. We specialize in watercolor washed variegates and vibrant tonals.
Category Archives: yarn
Ross Farm Fibers
The Ross Farm raises 10 Breeds of heritage and rare sheep in Washington County and produces 100% natural, minimally processed, unblended and undyed fleece, roving and yarn and is an official Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em provider.
Ex Libris Fibers
Ex Libris Fibers creates bookish hand dyed yarn for fiber artists who seek mysterious and moody colors to craft their own stories. A second-generation fiber artist and librarian by day, dyer Rita finds inspiration in literary ladies, libraries, poetic places, and a twinge of the mystical and mysterious. Yarn is thoughtfully dyed in small batches in Pittsburgh using professional acid dyes or natural pigments. Many colorways and bases are inspired by stories or authors, so you can pair your next project with your favorite book!
At SpaceCadet, we start with luxury fibers — merino wool, silk, linen, and bamboo — and then take the time to mix every dyebath by hand from primary colours, meaning every colourway is created using only five basic shades of dye, resulting in hand-dyed yarns and fiber that are a truly unique connection between the dyer and knitter or crocheter. We know it takes longer to dye this way, but it allows us and our customers to immerse ourselves in colour exploration in a way that is worth all the extra effort!
Our colourways are all designed in palettes to work together as collections of semi-solids and variegateds that our customers can mix and match right in our booth. Our constant experimentation with colour leads to lots of amazing one-of-a-kind yarns and mini-skeins that customers love to pore through at shows. And we collaborate with lots of awesome designers to combine our yarns with patterns created for them into great kits that are fun to buy and cover everything from quick accessories to amazing sweaters.
Started as a one-woman operation in 2010, we have grown to a team of five and a workplace specifically designed to support the particular demands we face as working women and mothers, and dedicated to welcoming all knitters and crocheters. Our passionate, driving belief is that knitting and crocheting make people happier, deep down inside, and that nothing does that more than working with gorgeous, vibrant yarn. For us, dyeing is a cosmic adventure, one that allows us to follow our passion, share it with customers who feel the same, and to get to know them (and their beautiful FOs!) personally.
Roving Acres Farm
We offer yarn and other fiber products from our farm. Our pampered Jacob, Cormo, CVM/Romeldale sheep and Angora goats make wonderful fleece that we have processed in a variety of ways and sell natural color or hand dyed. We also have products made from locally sourced alpaca. We are a Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em provider, and have stickers available. We offer raw fleece, pelts, felt, post cards, patterns, and some finished objects.
Gwen Erin Natural Fibers
Breed specific micro-batch handdyed fibers and yarns, blending fibers, combed top, hand-carded batts, handspun yarn. Specialty goodies for all creative fiber artists.
Spin me a Yarn / Sustainable Stems
We sell hand-dyed fiber, handspun yarn, and finished products such as hats (Spin Me A Yarn). We also have handmade macrame products and succulents (Sustainable Stems), as well as shawl pins hand-turned from reclaimed wood (Sherpa’s Wood).
raggz fiber arts
my own small batch hand dyed yarns including gradients and self striping, needle felted sheep, raggz baggz, our own farm fiber batts, hand dyed roving in various fibers, fiber wreaths, leather shawl cuffs…
Shirsty Cat Designs
With a spectacular selection of over 200 hand dyed colors, Shirsty Cat Designs is sure to have your next dream project waiting for you.
Allegheny Fiber Arts
Allegheny Fiber Arts sells a beautiful variety of hand dyed yarn, hand spun yarn and hand dyed roving. I use an eco-friendly dye on all of my yarn and roving. This dying process greatly minimizes my footprint on our planet and is very colorfast. I also make a wonderful line of fun and funky project bags that are divided. I always get my yarn tangled when I knit so I designed this bag to keep my yarn and project separate so they don’t get tangled.