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Fiber Source: S. America

Makers who use fiber from South America

Ashenflock

Posted in Fiber

Claire and James are the shepherds at Ashenflock. “Our sheep are specifically farmed for premium handspinning fleeces,” they say. Both are experienced spinners, and James…

Hey Jay Yarns

Posted in Yarn

HeyJay dyes yarns to wear into battle in the war against beige. A loud campaigner for fat liberation and body equality, this LGBTQ+ owned dyer…

My Mama Knits

Posted in Yarn

Sunshine Stewart of My Mama Knits hand-dyes a varied range of yarns in single or small batches in her family home in the Scottish Borders.…

Travelknitter

Posted in Yarn

UK dyer Larissa is the artist behind Travelknitter hand dyed yarns. “The name Travelknitter originally came about as an online name, as I had a…

Betta Knit

Posted in Yarn

Italian yarn maker Betta Knit offers interesting yarns, including Fettucine, a cotton that looks as you would expect, a 100% camel yarn, recycled denim cotton…

Paca La Alpaca

Posted in Yarn

The maker behind Paca La Alpaca hand-dyes in small batches from a studio in Guadalajara. Colorways range from neon semi-solids to gentle variegated skeins. There…