Get a glimpse inside SweetGeorgia! Watch the process of how we make our hand-dyed yarns and fibres and discover what it means to be passionate about colour.
exquisite hand-dyed yarns and fibres in stunningly saturated colours.
We are growing a collection of knitwear designs to beautifully complement and feature our yarns. Everything from one-skein patterns to more complex lace shawls »
Interested in carrying SweetGeorgia Yarns in your local yarn shop? We’d love to hear from you! Contact us for our wholesale application and details »
Don’t spin out of control! Felicia Lo, founder of SweetGeorgia Yarns, shows you how to spin yarn confidently in the colors you’ve always wanted »
Want to learn to knit? spin? design your own knitwear? We have a class for that. Check out our collection of classes held at our Kent Avenue Studio »
Driven by an obsessive relationship with colour, Felicia has been writing about knitting, spinning, dyeing, and weaving since 2004. Follow her adventure in colour and fibre here »
A fun and funky slouchy hat with attitude! This easy toque is a great way to showcase one skein of variegated worsted weight yarn, or try knitting this pattern with two skeins of sock weight yarn held together to create a unique blended effect! Tumbler Ridge Hat Details: MATERIALS FOR WORSTED-WEIGHT VERSION: 1 skein SweetGeorgia…Continue Reading →
Welcome to this week’s installment of the SGY Roundtable! In this bi-weekly column, we want to share with you the current discussions and thoughts of some of the fibre artists around the studio. The last time we came together, we talked about what our favorite SweetGeorgia spinning fibres were. But just because we have our…Continue Reading →
After dyeing a custom colour for Darn Knit Anyway’s Shop Hop last year, we were thrilled to be invited to dye for their shop again this year. This year’s theme was their Historic Stillwater Prison (Stillwater was the location of Minnesota’s very first federal prison) which housed members of the Jessie James gang. Our “Prison…Continue Reading →