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Many people are curious about the fastness of natural dyes. Rest assured, we take colour seriously! All of our fabrics and fibres are first prepared to take colour (mordant and/or tannin), then dyed using traditional, natural dyestuff, rinsed by hand and hung to dry exposed to sunlight. To further allay any concern, we are constantly knitting samples in our yarns, so that we can best gauge our products. This leads to dabbling in design, creating knit-kits and holiday gift sets! Check them out.
el caminito shawl
This mosaic shawl was featured in our recent Colourwork KAL. Knit with one skein of merino Pure & Simple in combination with a gradient set. Mix and match to find your perfect fit!
Retro A-line Sweater & Bloomer Set
How do you wear your Tegna ?
Our organic cotton/linen blend, dyed with natural indigo, made this a vegan-friendly, lightweight knit! Perfect for summer and autumn months.
The Nightshift shawl
Natural Ewe offers you an alternative to worsted weight. Recreate this look using a skein of our Cashmere blend fingering and a Gradient Set. Mix and Match in 'Natural Selections'.
Click the photo for notes on our adaptation.
Waiting For Rain Shawl
with eyelets of sparkle to represent the droplets of rain, paired with a coordinating skein of merino.
Home Fires Hat
Knit using Eco Aran in Ember colourway.
Yarn and pattern available only in February's yarn box.
Fairy Tale Sweater
Knit with Earthen yarn in colour Milk & Honey
Alpaca Picnic Shawl
Knit with Sustainable Merino and Halo held double-stranded. Superkid mohair gives this a buttery soft feel. Plus, you only need 2 skeins of each!
Colorways were Iris and Purple Haze
Catch The Light Shawl
Call Me Cosy
Designed as a mock cable hat and mitten set and knit double-stranded using our Halo and Sustainable Merino.
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