Shinge by Louisa Harding Yarns is an adorable little ball of yarn, perfect for your fancy evening shawl or shrug, hair accessories, scarves, purses and more. Composed of 90% Polyester and 10% Pailettes, this shiny yarn is sure to spark your imagination.
The Estelle Drake family is growing! The popular thick and thin yarn is now available in tonal shades! Perfect for those of us that like to keep our garments a little more toned down than the variegated shades of Drake previously allowed.
Drake Duet knits up quickly, is soft to the skin, and is available in eleven shades.
Milled in Italy, this thick-and-thin textured, tonal yarn makes beautiful winter accessories or garments. So soft, and quick to knit!
Get inspired by the finished projects on Ravelry for Drake Duet.
This medium weight acrylic roving yarn combines many hues in each skein to make blended stripes. The soft hand and complex colors will produce beautiful sweaters, blankets and accessories. The 9 color combinations include something for everyone in the family. 151m (166yds) and 100g (3.5oz). 100% Acrylic. Machine wash warm and lay flat to dry.
This fun Super Bulky 100% cotton cord yarn by Katia will have you knitting up projects in no time. Great for purses, home decor, and even macrame, this durable cord comes in a variety of colours.
This adorable lace ribbon style yarn by Lana Gatto knits up in a fun and funky ruffley way. Made of 100% polyamide, this aran weight yarn knits up best on size 5mm needles. In a 100g ball you get 30.5 yards of length. Make fun and fancy scarves, line your sweaters with a cute ruffle trim, or knit up a ruffle skirt to die for.
This super fun DK weight 100% cotton yarn is named after the painter Mondrian, for obvious reasons. Buy only one colour, or all of them and blend together for a deliciously fun colourwork experience. With 90m in 50g balls, you can't go wrong with this fun chainette yarn.
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