I knew there are a lot of different yarn brands, but not this many!! Also lists discontinued yarns.
Interesting article from Canadian Living magazine.
Some times you want to use a different yarn than the pattern calls for. Here’s how you can change the gauge.
The Tibetan people take the under layer of the Yak coat and make this yarn. When you click on the link below you will get the website for Reywa Fibers. There are links to tell you about Yak yarn, how it helps the community, and there you can buy the yarn. There are several yarn shops in Pennsylvania and they aren’t far from State College!!
Most of us have heard of knitting or crocheting with pet hair, plastic bags and T shirts, but I had never heard of using surgarcane, seaweed, or possum fibers!!!
Helpful chart for beginners.
Good to know for the beginner knitter and a good review for the seasoned knitted.
Most of these you probably know.
Yarn cakes seem to be the “in” thing at the moment. If you don’t like the color combinations that the companies out there have, make your own.
This is Ravelry’s guide for yarn weights: