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February 2019 Artisan Crate Reveal

Its time to reveal our Artisan Crate for February 2019–featuring three beautiful skeins of Canopy Fingering from The Fibre Co.! This companys story is well detailed in the pages of each crates included booklet, but lets just start by saying that these skeins are irresistibly soft. You definitely cant feel bad while working with this blend of 50% Baby Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, and 20% Bamboo. With...

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February 2019 Artisan Crate Reveal

It’s time to reveal our Artisan Crate for February 2019–featuring three beautiful skeins of Canopy Fingering from The Fibre Co.! This company’s story is well detailed in the pages of each crate’s included booklet, but let’s just start by saying that these skeins are irresistibly soft. You definitely can’t feel bad while working with this blend of 50% Baby Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, and 20% Bamboo....

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May 2018 Membership Crate Reveal

Its May, and that means that we get to do our favorite thing again: share whats coming in all of your crates this month. For those of you subscribed to the Membership Crate, this months yarn is from La Brebis, our house brand dedicated to unique, undyed yarns that celebrate the beauty of natural fiber. Each skein of Marled Sock is 440 yards, so between the two skeins youll have 880 of this...

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May 2018 Membership Crate Reveal

It’s May, and that means that we get to do our favorite thing again: share what’s coming in all of your crates this month. For those of you subscribed to the Membership Crate, this month’s yarn is from La Brebis, our house brand dedicated to unique, undyed yarns that celebrate the beauty of natural fiber. Each skein of Marled Sock is 440 yards, so between the two skeins you’ll have 880 of this...

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