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Kit-of-the-Month Clubs

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Why Join Our Kit-of-the-Month Clubs?

Cricket ClubCotton Clouds specializes in over a 1000 kits for weaving, knitting and crochet!  We’ve organized many of them into  20 Kit Clubs to make online ordering so much easier.

What better way to stay motivated in creating your favorite projects than to join one of these clubs.

Each kit contains just the right amount of yarns to complete your project, access to step-by-step instructions that guarantee success.

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Save Money!

Free ShippingOur kits save you time, money and the hassle of figuring out what you’ll need.

Once you join, you’ll automatically receive a kit either every (12 month club) or every other (6 month club) month, right to your front door!

Receive FREE Shipping on every Kit-of-the-Month Club kit!  That’s free to all addresses within the 48 congruous US states.  We allow 10% off your kit to all other addresses.

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Learn a new skill while being productive!

RH 2Not only will you stay busy weaving, knitting and crocheting, but you’ll learn many new skills and techniques as well as explore a variety of Cotton Clouds’ yarns in the colors you love.  Discover how unusual color combinations work in these time-tested, 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed kits!

There’s something for everyone here!

Rigid Heddle weavers love our Year of Towels, Rigid Heddle #1 and Rigid Heddle #2 Kit Clubs. Cricket loom owners will be happy to weave six projects in our Cricket Scarf Kit Club

winning towelsTowel Lovers on four-shaft looms delight in our Treasury of Towels and Winning Towels, Top 10 Dish Towels.  There is also an 8/2 Project and 10/2 Project Club, a Weaving for Home Club.

Eight-Shaft weavers have a great opportunity to use their loom to the max with our Runners on 8-Shafts Club and Top 10 Towels on 8-Shafts Club.

Four-Shaft weavers will also love our Table Runners Club to weave elegant and practical runners for every occasion!

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Scarf Club

Scarves are so easy to make!  Choose from our Scarves on Four Shafts Club, Fancy Schmantzy Scarves Club that can be woven on any two-shaft loom using fun, textured yarns

Knitters have been raving about our  Knitting Scarf ClubThey love the experience of knitting our best selling cotton and cotton blend yarns.

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baby club

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Babies, Babies, Babies love to be wrapped up in our best selling natural yarns.  Choose to weave either four or eight luscious baby blankets with our Baby Blanket Club. When you join our Basic Baby Blanket Club you’ll receive one kit every other month for a total of four kits; join our Deluxe Baby Blanket Club and receive one kit every month for eight months.

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Crochet Socks

Sock Clubs are just plain fun!

Imagine the luxury of knitting or crocheting yourself lots of socks in natural fibers and lots of fun colors!

When you join either of our knitting or crochet sock clubs, we include a book with your club to guide you step-by-step through creating the perfectly fitting sock.

Our Crochet Sock Club  includes the book and enough yarn to crochet  twelve fun pair of socks. Our Knit Sock Club includes the book and an instructional DVD along with enough yarn to knit yourself six pair of socks.

Join Our Facebook Kit Club Group

Whether you’re a member of any of our Kit Clubs or not, be sure to join our Facebook Kit-of-the-Month Club Group to see what everyone is weaving, learn new tips and hints we post as well as be the first to hear about our unadvertised sales!

JOIN A CLUB NOW!

Click HERE to view all our Cotton Clouds’ Kit-of-the-Month Clubs.  Don’t delay!  Join today to start getting your favorite kits shipped right to your front door.  Remember shipping is always free (48 US States) on all kit club kits!     

                                                                                      

                                   Have fun!  Irene & Jodi

07/29/2015 at 6:30 pm 1 comment

Global Citizens, Global Community

How big is your creative community?

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Our lives as fiber artists are woven together through a common thread of passion for color, texture, technique and purpose.

This community  is bigger than you might think! Right now, around the world, people are weaving, spinning, knitting and crocheting!

Thanks to the internet, we have more options than ever before to learn and share our different techniques, styles and cultures as we manipulate our favorite fibers. Cottonclouds.com is pleased to be a common thread between you and the global community of fiber artists!

Sari Silk: Helping women earn a fair wage!

Sari Silk is a 100% recycled multi-colored silk spun from recycled “saris” that women South Asia wear. Silk sari fabric is shredded and then respun into a vibrant silk yarn.

This industry helps support the many struggling economic regions of Nepal and India and mainly benefits the women and women’s development groups there.

Whether you choose to spin your own sari silk yarn from the silk fiber, purchase the sari silk yarn, or one of our sari silk kits (click on kits above, to learn more) , you’ll be helping women around the world as well as creating a truly unique product. I love Sari Silk!

 Folk Series: Bring the world to your fingertips!

For the worldly-minded knitters, travel the world and explore the culture with the Folk Series of books from Interweave Press. The history and traditions, folk stories, and regional histories from the countries of origin are presented in each volume.

What a wonderful way to connect to these folk traditions.

You too can Weave a Real Peace: Join WARP!

WarpCollagereCornersRemember the phrase, Act Locally, Think Globally? Weaving a Real Peace (WARP) is an international networking organization based in the United States that delivers. Founded in 1992, WARP offers a forum for those interested in supporting individuals and organizations that strive to maintain long-standing textile traditions.

Their resource guide is available just by clicking here! WARP was started by Deborah Chandler who wrote Learning to Weave.

Come join me at WARP’s Annual Meeting May 29-31, 2015 in the Bay Area and feel part of the global “tribe of fiber artists”. Rocio Mena Gutierrez  (read her blog)  will be giving a presentation on the Importance of Textiles to Grassroots Economies in Guatemala.

Travel to Guatemala from the comfort of your loom!

Mayan Hands, a fair-trade organization The Natural Dye Project brought the ancient craft of dyeing cotton yarns with local plants to the women of San Rafael, Guatemala and to produce these Friendship Towels with Tintes Naturals that you can now weave!

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As you weave these gorgeous naturally dyed towels, you will not only be creating a set of four all-cotton towels, but you will be giving the women of Guatemala a chance of better life and honoring the skills they have spent a lifetime learning.

Over 150 kits have been sold; the women’s annual, fair-trade income increased ten-fold from the sale of these kits. A joint community effort of dyeing instructors, towel designer, graphic artist, and Cotton Clouds marketing of this kit has all been done through volunteer work.

Join the community of  our Kit-of-the-Month Members!

Cottonclouds.com Kits

In the spirit of continuing the community, Cotton Clouds has created a new group on Facebook: the Cotton Clouds Kit-of-the-Month Club. If you have participated in any of our monthly Kits or Clubs, please join us!

Creating Community one post at-a-time!

This group is a place to ask questions, share your projects and be inspired by the work of others. Our kits are easy and affordable, and there is something for every fiber artist! Now is a great time to check out the variety we offer and ensure that 2015 will be your year to feel creative and accomplished!

Insta-Community on Instagram!

CCIGSay Cheese! You can now connect with us on Instagram, we’re @CottonCloudsYarns. We’d love to see what you are doing with your cotton and natural fibers: spinning, knitting, weaving, crocheting or even dyeing!

It is truly rewarding to feel connected to the thread of fiber artists all over the world whether here at home or half way across the globe.

Irene Schmoller, Cotton Clouds’ founder and owner.

01/19/2015 at 7:22 pm Leave a comment


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