Yarn for Knitting and Crochet
Perhaps my most frequently asked question...can I knit and crochet with this yarn? YES, of course! Below is some of the yarn I recommend knitting and crocheting with, but really almost anything in my shop can be used for multiple kinds of crafts. Don't be afraid of the weaving terminology about sizing :-) and reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, or chat with me below, if you have any questions!
Fingering Weight Wool Yarn
This wool is grown on a single ranch in the wide open spaces of northern Wyoming, and spun into yarn at a woman-owned fiber mill committed to revitalizing the American wool industry through eco-friendly operations and fair prices for ranches. It knits up into a lovely sweater, scarf, or shawl and comes in many colors.
Alpaca Yarn - Laceweight and Fingering Weight
This super soft, cushy alpaca yarn is perfect for knitting or crocheting scarves, shawls and throws. If you're looking for something cozy and luxurious, look no further! The 2/16 weight is perfect for lacey scarves and shawls, and the thicker 3/10 weight is great for throws, blankets, and warmer scarves.
Cotton Yarn - Laceweight
Looking for a strong, durable, washable laceweight cotton yarn to crochet or knit with? You'll love this 8/2 un-mercerized cotton. It is affordable and comes in lots of colors!