It is so important that you know where your yarn comes from! We eat a vegetarian based diet at home because the enviroment and treatment of animals is extremely important to us, and that definately does not stop with where my yarn is from.

I buy my yarn from distributors that are equally as adament about no muesling as my family is.

My merino based yarns come from South America, and is ethically sourced.


My Bluefaced Leicester blend is British, it comes from farms in the UK and is approved by the British Wool Marketing Board.

My Peruvian wool and alpaca comes from, you guessed it..Peru! The care and love that villages have for their animals really shine. I mean, how could you resist a little sheep and alpaca love?!

I will be updating and adding "guest" bases as time goes on, and those will also be picked out with care from me. 


Caring for the yarn you recieve from my store is pretty simple, hand wash in warm water and dry flat. Most of my yarn bases are superwash, which does mean that you can put them in the washer and dryer, but I do reccomend handwashing for longevity. Some darker colorways will bleed for the first few washes, it is normal!

Step Off-$26

75% Superwash Merino Wool/25% Nylon

463 yards - 100 grams

4 ply Fingering Weight

7-8 stitches per inch on US 1-3

Slip In-$27

80% Bluefaced Leicester (BFL) Wool/20% Nylon

400 yards - 100 grams

2 ply Fingering Weight

7-8 stitches per inch on US 1-3

Step Off Mini-$7

75% Superwash Merino Wool/25% Nylon

92 yards - 20 grams

4 ply Fingering Weight

7-8 stitches per inch on US 1-3

Swish Squish-$14

100% Superwash Wool

220 yards - 100 grams

Worsted Weight

4.5-5 stitches per inch on US 6-9  

Super Squish-$21

70% Peruvian Highland Wool/30% Superfine Alpaca

110 yards - 100 grams

Bulky Weight

3 - 3.5 stitches per inch on US 9-11

Single Squish-$22

100%  Superwash Merino

240 yards - 100 grams

Single Ply- DK Weight

Silky Silk-$29

80% Superwash Merino/20% Silk

400 yards - 100 grams

2ply Fingering Weight

Colorway info

Here's the scoop->

 Along with my recurrent colorways, I will also have bonus rounds. My recurrent will be based a little on popularity, and a little on what I am really crushing on at the moment. Of course new colorways will be coming, and I am so excited about the ideas that are brewing. Bonus rounds are going to be sporadic and in very limited quantities. Sometimes I have left over dye in my pots and pans and that is what I use for my bonus rounds, they may have more color added or speckled or just be themselves.


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