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 »
Since I signed up for the [Natural Dyeing and Spinning for Sock Makers](http://www.fibrefestival.com/workshops.html) workshop at the upcoming Salt Spring Island Fibre Festival I’ve been gathering the required equipment — hand carders and a lazy kate. The kate is the Ashford Precision Lazy Kate that I ordered from The Woolery. It came unassembled and unfinished —…Continue Reading →
On Saturday, the DH and I hosted our annual backyard BBQ, sort of in celebration of the Canada Day long weekend. Since he discovered _the idea of_ bbq competitions and championships, he’s become a little obsessed. Last year, our friends and I bought him a big smoker that he’s learned to use to make pulled…Continue Reading →
I received my tiny order of three 1 oz. balls of Blackwater Abbey yarn a few days ago. I’m test driving the yarn for the future St. Brigid from Alice Starmore’s Aran Knitting (I just managed to buy a copy — _for way too much_ — on Ebay!). This yarn comes in gorgeous colours but…Continue Reading →