Join Us on the Journey from Field to Finished Project

Announcing the launch of Farm & Fiber Knits. This immersive digital experience is our way to connect farm and knitter, joining producers and crafters in a wholesome, fiber-fair-style online community that welcomes all. Subscribe today and celebrate the fiber life.

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Squishy Wools, Strong Twist, and Slipped Stitches

How does High Desert Worsted stand up to the give-and-take, push-and-pull of a slipped-stitch motif? Kate’s here to cast on.

What's New

From the farm to your needles, we're on the journey with you.

We're passionate about connecting you with local farms, natural fibers, shepherds, and designers who create beautiful, sustainable handknits.

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.

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Marble Bay Cowl

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Entrelac, Basic & Enhanced

From the stacked-diamond look of basic entrelac to lace effects, the zigzag path of this knitting technique leads in delightful directions.

November, Knitting’s Golden Month

Between the first nip of sweater weather and the chaos of gift knitting lies the sweetest season. Call it Knit for Yourself November.

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Bluebell Flames Shawl

This shawl combines entrelac, a simple lace motif, and a kettle-dyed yarn in a warm, wearable, generous wrap.

Yarn and Conservation

Whether you feel passionately about preserving the planet or your choices as a knitter, wool can be part of the solution.

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Can You Trust the Wool You’re With? RWS Certification Offers Assurances

For knitters who fret about soil degradation or want guarantees that the wool yarn they’re sniffing comes from non-mulesed sheep, there’s a certification for that.

Long Thread Podcast: Felicia Lo, SweetGeorgia

Season 8, Episode 2: Reclaiming the bold, bright hues that she loved as a child, Felicia Lo founded her handdyed yarn company to let knitters and spinners embrace the possibilities of “unapologetic color.”

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Broaden Your Fiber Horizons: Knitting Beyond Merino

BFL, Targhee, Dorset, and other breed-specific wool yarns each fill their own special knitwear niche.