We will be pulling from these bright, cheery colors for the April and May shipments, giving subscribers plenty of time to knit something sunny in time for summer days!
I’m finally starting a newsletter! It’s called from the nest, just like this blog, and I’m really excited about it. I’m going to use it to make sure everyone knows about new things happening here at Annie Yarn. I’ll talk about new colorways I’m cooking up, new yarn bases in our line-up, and send out calls… Read More
I’ve been handwriting the labels for Annie Yarn since before we even called it Annie Yarn — back when my dyer friend dyed my yarns for me. It’s something I want to keep doing for as long as I have time because it adds such a personal touch to a personal product. When I dye… Read More
I’m really excited about the things we’re cooking up for 2016. We’re going to launch the new year with new stuff, that’s for sure! We’ve got ideas for new bases, colorways, patterns, kits, subscriptions, and clubs. So jump on in with us and enjoy the ride!
I’m the Annie behind the indie yarn-dyeing company Annie Yarn. I thought it might be fun to write about the history of the branding I’ve created since the company started in 2011 under the name Annie & Co. I named it that because I didn’t dye my own yarn back then. A friend of mine… Read More
I love the mini braids we created for our gradients when we introduced them in 2014. But when I started taking my yarn to local shops, they always asked how the yarn felt because it was in a bag to keep the skeins together. That was a problem. Jenn and I noodled it last week… Read More
When I first began developing multi-colored colorways like Patina, I used the dip method. It was easy, and it created lovely results. But once I began dyeing large quantities, I realized it just wasn’t going to work. I don’t have a dip-dyeing apparatus that would hold the skeins half out of the water for me… Read More
With yesterday being the first official day of fall (and the weather here in Georgia actually feeling like it), I have the urge to get even more organized, make improvements, and start new things. I’m sure you can relate if that autumn scent is in the air where you live — it seems to be… Read More