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 »
For the past few weeks, I’ve been planning to title this post “Cold Sweat”. Maybe because I remember that David Carson-esque magazine spread from a surf magazine featured in [Riding Giants](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0389326/). More likely it was because [dyeing for June](http://www.twosheep.com/blog/?p=385) was one of the most intimidating, yet exciting, experiences so far in my fibery adventures… June…Continue Reading →
Didn’t you know… this blog is 98% knitting and spinning and 2% vampire slaying? Slay of the day. Anybody who adds a little slayage to their singing is ok by me, no matter how corny their video is. But back to being a productive grown-up, here’s the weaving in progress… handpainted silk/wool warp, natural-coloured silk…Continue Reading →
My [first efforts in spinning bouclé were pretty ugly](http://blog.sweetgeorgiayarns.com/2005/11/pink_novelty/), but this is my more recent attempt: Christmas Lights! Blink blink blink. Spinning loop bouclé is something I need, and want, to practice. There’s a grace to be had in whipping mohair singles around a core yarn in just the right way so that it forms…Continue Reading →