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November 18 Artisan Crate Reveal

Our Artisan Crates this month are just as stunning as the rest, albeit with a little less sparkle, which is good news for those of you concerned with glitter overload! For those of you not looking at shimmer and shine, you’ll still find treasure in your shipment, which features yarn from Done Roving Yarns. Frolicking Feet DK is made from wool sourced, milled, and dyed right here in the USA. It is...

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September 2018 Artisan Crate Reveal

Our yarn this month is perfect for ending the North American Summer (or starting a Southern Hemisphere one)! Knit One Crochet Too Daisyis a beautiful, sport weight, blend of 38% Linen, 32% Silk, and 30% Hemp. These plant fibers come together to create a shining, strong yarn, with 272 yards per skein (for a total of 544 yards per crate). We’re sending out three colors and each member will have...

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August 2018 Artisan Crate Reveal

August is the epitome of cool, with a truly incredible colorway from Dragonfly Fibers. While it looks blue and purple in equal measure here, Metamorphosis, a custom dye just for this box, has extraordinary depth, pops of pink and even mustard, and looks utterly gorgeous knit up.

The crate comes with a Sashiko-inspired tote bag you can embroider on top of for added affect (use a double-strand of...

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July 2018 Artisan Crate Reveal

This month for our Artisan Crate we partnered with one of the most iconic hand-dyed yarn brands out there: Shalimar Yarns. If you aren’t familiar with this yarn line, it’s full of beautiful colorways on extraordinarily luxurious bases. This month’s base is Aerie: a Fingering weight, single ply, made from 70% Merino, 20% Mohair, and 10% Silk. Each skein has 420 yards, for a total of 840 yards in...

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June 2018 Artisan Crate Reveal

If reveal week is your favorite week, get ready for another great one today, as we share the contents of our June 2018 Artisan Crates! This month, we partnered with the dyer of Fully Spun, a yarn company out of Virginia who both dyes and hand-spins yarns for sale. The colorway she came up with, Lagoon, totally matches our theme board for the month:

This fantastic, eye-searing colorway is a perfect...

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June 2018 Theme Board Reveal

Bright, modern, and fun, this month’s theme Ice Scream is a play on the children’s rhyme: you scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! While this month’s color palette would certainly result in some pretty crazy flavors, it makes for a very exciting jumping off point for a pop of color in your crate. If you haven’t already, discuss this month’s board in the Ravelry group, and make sure you...

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May 2018 Artisan Crate Reveal

It’s always fun to see how each dyer chooses to interpret the monthly theme. This month’s Contemporary theme had a colorful mood board, but most of our boxes ended up fairly muted and classic. Not in the Artisan Crate, though! This crate, dyed by the talented hands at Fleece Artist, who created a vibrant, beautiful colorway on their Tree Wool: a blend of 70% Superwash Merino and 30% Tencel. Each...

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Knitcrate Artisan Reveal is Up!

If you’re looking for an easy, breezy box this month, you’re in luck: our Sugar Sugar themed Knitcrate Artisan shipments are sweet as can be. The yarn in Artisan this month is from Kristin Omdahl, world-renowned crochet and knitting designer and now, yarn designer, too. The yarn featured this month is her Be So Tender, a 100% Organic cotton yarn with 140 yards per 100 g ball. Oh… and you get THREE...

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February Artisan Crate Reveal

The time is here - time to reveal the much-anticipated February Artisan Crate! Artisan is our chance each month to highlight an awesomely talented independent dyer, and this month’s dyer, Toby Roxane Barna, is dually-talented. She not only dyed all the yarn for the month, but designed the two featured patterns as well. Let’s have a look:


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