yarn bases.

Below are the current yarn bases offered in the shop, which will be updated as we grow! Hover over or click on the photos to see information about each base.

Our yarn is ethically sourced from farms in South America, South Africa, Italy, and the United Kingdom that follow mulesing-free practices, meaning the fiber is shed or shorn responsibly. Superwash yarns are scoured and Superwash-treated to the highest possible environmental standards. We do also offer Non-Superwash fingering and worsted weight bases, with sport and DK coming soon! If you're interested in any of our kits on a Non-Superwash base, shoot me an email; note, all colorways/combos for colorwork kits may not be possible as they can be more prone to bleeding.

Recommended care for all bases: Hand wash/soak in cool to lukewarm water using desired wool wash, then lay flat to dry. Although Superwash yarn can be machine-washed (on gentle/delicate), hand washing is always recommended, and projects should always be laid flat to dry.

Our yarn is hand-dyed in very small batches, so each skein (while using the same dye recipe, and even within the same dye bath) will be slightly unique due to the nature of the dyeing process. In addition, colors may vary from screen-to-screen and in person, but we do our best to accurately display each colorway. It is always recommended to alternate skeins when working larger projects. We are a smoke-free, pet-friendly home.

A slight amount of bleeding in the first wash or two is normal, especially for very vibrant, saturated, and speckled colorways. Non-superwash yarns may be more prone to bleeding as well. All of our yarn is dyed using professional acid dyes, along with citric acid (or white vinegar depending on the base), and left to set until the dye has fully exhausted. The yarn is then rinsed and washed in unscented Eucalan. If working with high contrasting colors, it is always recommended to swatch first to see if bleeding occurs. If there is excessive bleeding, please contact us immediately so we can address and rectify the situation.