Refresh Your Stash: Go Organic

03/13/2012 at 6:23 pm Leave a comment

Bring a feeling of fresh spring vitality to your yarn basket!

     Our newest line of organic cotton yarns excites us!  We love how they feel next to our skin; we love that we’ll be healthier for wearing them and and so will the planet! 

     Classic Elite’s Verde Collection  just grew bigger and better with new colors (we love their rich, earthy tones)  and hot new Spring/Summer 2012 patterns that include some crochet too!   Weaver’s will love the possibilites. Want to learn more about what it takes to be certified organic cotton?  Click Here .

     Limited time: Free Shipping  on all our new kits or 10% Off  on yarns!

Katydid is sure to become your favorite knit ribbon yarn.

Knit, Weave, Crochet Katydid

The lighness of Katydid ribbon lends itself to this Crochet Shawl.

Allegoro is our favorite cotton/linen blend

We’ve added Allegoro weaving, knitting & crochet kits!

Rigid Heddle Allegoro Harvest Runner 

We love Sprout for it’s soft, cushy feel!

Knit & Crochet capelets, bags, tops & hoodies!

Knit this cool Sprout Capelet for under $30! 

Babies love this 100% Organic Cotton Sprout Baby Blanket!

We chose Classic Elite’s Verde Collection because they are dedicated to earth-friendly yarns that are original in design and combine rich and unusual earthy colors.  Their patterns range from easy to advanced and they always include something crochet as well as knit.  Plus we always keep our rigid heddle and floor loom weaver’s in mind, chosing yarns that will work up beautifully in any handwoven design, whether used alone or combined with our cone yarns in warp or weft. These yarns will add new interest to every handwoven!

This continues to be the #1 dream job!  I get to play with all the textures, environmentally safe colors and softness of organic cotton yarns!  Join me in these simple pleasures by trying some for yourself.  Irene Schmoller, owner

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