I recently received some yarn to try from Adriafil. I already shared the Hita Hat that I worked with their yarn; now I want to share some of their crochet cotton yarn that I’ve been working with.
Today I’d love to share some terrific yarn with you. It comes from Iria Yarn Company on Etsy.
I wanted to share a friend of a friend’s Indigogo fundraiser today because it’s related to several things I’ve written about before including the slow yarn movement, yarn spinners and American manufacturing.
Continuing with my November monthly theme of sharing things I love from my Pinterest boards I thought I’d use today to highlight ten items from the 200+ I’ve pinned to my board of yarn eye candy.
Alternative materials like newspaper can be turned into yarn balls and those yarn balls are art in and of themselves.
I’ve mentioned in passing that he accepts yarn donations but I’ve never discussed it in detail and now is a great time because the artist is in need of donations for a big upcoming project that he’s doing as part of his artist residency that starts in August.
Each yarn behaves a little bit differently. There is an opportunity via Etsy to sample different types of breeds in small batches of yarn to get a sense of the different options available.