LITLG sources the wool from small farms in South America and British Breeds. They uses washfast and lightfast dyes which minimize the environmental impact. The LITLG labels are all made of 100% recycled paper.
Emma's Yarn started in a high school math lesson about ratios. Emma fell in love with dyeing yarn and so she teamed up with her sister Aspen to create Emma's Yarn. The sisters had so much fun creating alternating, speckled color ways that, with their parents encouragement, they embarked on creating a small, indie-dyed yarn company. This family-run dye studio is based out of Florida with the mission of creating bright and beautiful yarns that people will enjoy creating with and wearing.
Worked from the ends towards the middle, Fading Point plays with geometry, symmetry, and changing color. This shawl is a large enough to wrap around shoulders for warmth or simply drape for an elegant touch.
Fluorite fades between brights and neutrals in the form of a slouchy, house sock. These simple socks are comfortable to wear and beautiful to look at. As our resident socks knitter says, when you are yarn shopping "sock yarn doesn't count!"
Sunset Highway drapes beautifully as a comfortable, casual sweater. The pattern allows the maker to play with both speckled and tonal yarns - using shifts in value to pop different design elements within the sweater.
Find Your Fade is a great shawl which alternates between garter and lace sections while gently fading from one color to the next. The result is a stunning fabric which holds multiple colors in colorful melody.