Shawl Balls, first released in 2016, have rapidly grown to become our most popular yarn. Now we've expanded on that idea and created a super-sized option.
New Yarn Bombs! At just shy of a 1/2 mile of dreamy soft, cruelty-free, US Merino fingering weight yarn, these 7 ounce, 860 yard balls will keep you in stitches for a very long time. We slowed down and further softened the color changes to make them even smoother and more subtle.
We have here for you now a pre-release of the Yarn Bombs - with limited color and quantities available until we can get caught up with demand. If you see a color you like, don't wait! This yarn is perfect for Shifting Sands, Radiance and Medialuna and the newly released Forever Together Shawl. We will also have more patterns coming along with more colors as we get them dyed!
More Shawls Y'all!
Some new shawls a long time
in the making...
We are happy to have just released two new shawl patterns. The first is Libellula by Heidi Shultz, a beautiful lace design mimicking the shape of a dragonfly wing. Simple, elegant and a wonderful use of a delicate gradient.
The newest release is Forever Together - shown above, designed by Tina Whitmore, a design created in memoriam to her pups, Freia and Cody. Pattern can be worked in any combination of two semi-solid and gradient Shawl Balls, or just a single Yarn Bomb!
FaLL 2018 - NEW Colors
Influenced by the move from the California coast to the rolling hills of the Berkshires in Massachusetts, this season's palette is softer and reflects the landscape of our new surroundings. Dahlia is inspired by the myriad of beautiful home gardens the locals take pride in. Sprout contains the colors of the endless green of the New England spring. Sandbar is the color of the lakes and shorelines that dot the region. Crabapple reflects the colors of the local orchards providing hundreds of varieties of apples to pick and choose from.
Be sure to check out Orchid and Pt Reyes, released in early 2018. Orchid has vibrant shades of purple and pink fading into a soft silver representing the classic orchid. Pt. Reyes is a parting tribute to the Northern California coastline, with dark ocean shades against gentle beige tones of sand.