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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 »
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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 »
Today is a day in desperate need of happy thoughts. So, I bring you some happy colours for a yucky Friday… BFL, BFL, and Merino/Bombyx Silk in reds New colourway. Lotus. Although, it reminds me of Chinese pastries. And of course, I couldn’t get enough of [Jo’s fabulous sheep illustration](http://blog.sweetgeorgiayarns.com/archives/2005/12/a_sheep_of_ones.html), so I had to make…Continue Reading →
Treenway Silk has their [2006 fleeces](http://www.treenwaysilks.com/fleeces.html) listed now and I just bought one. This will be my very first raw fleece — it’s 2.3 kg Gotland ewe fleece that is “cream with light grey tones”. What better [marketing](http://www.sheepmagazine.com/issues/09_10_05.html#article3) for this fleece than to have it featured in the “Lord of the Rings”? Shall I spin…Continue Reading →
Last week, the frenzy surrounding Stephanie’s [Knitting Olympics](http://www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/olympics2006.html) got me thinking — what would be challenging for me to knit in 16 days? And really, the answer would be “anything”. Even a single sock would be challenging for me to knit in 16 days — the challenge being finding the time to do it. But…Continue Reading →