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Join us for a behind-the-scenes exploration of yarn and knitting at their most authentic. With must-knit projects and unforgettable stories, Farm & Fiber Knits invites you to see the craft world through fresh eyes.
In northwestern Virginia, in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, you’ll find the home of Solitude Wool. Since 2006, this woman-owned company has been dedicated to promoting sheep of many breeds and supporting sustainable agriculture.
If cotton is the king of cellulose fibers, then linen is the queen. In Northern California, farmers are working to bring back local sources of this fundamental fiber.
By bringing sheep back to her family’s Montana ranch, Kami Noyes has connected with knitters across the country through her yarns, fiber, and wool festival.
Longing for spring but still knitting for winter? Cast on Olga Putano’s generous cowl and knit yourself a warm and dreamy bouquet.
Looking for ways to improve your colorwork? Here are a few tips to help you out!
How do designers come up with fabulous color combinations? By breaking out the colored pencils!
Known for their strength and stitch definition, gansey yarns can be hard to find. A new Shetland 5-ply has launched, and we had to get on board!
Boost your colorwork confidence with 4 tips for knitting Shetland-inspired hats.
The colors of Shetland’s sheep are a great source of knitterly inspiration. Hear how Gudrun Johnston uses naturals in color-filled palettes.
As every wise knitter knows, substituting yarns is about more than just getting gauge. You’ll need to dig a little deeper to find a yarn that gives you the right blend of qualities, starting with the fiber.