You're invited to join my Anne of Green Gables-inspired yarn club. Every other month, I dye a new colorway on my most luxurious yarn (Cashmere Blend) and ship it out to subscribers, so that you get an ongoing, inspiring, delicious, and joyful supply of yarn.
The next skein ships MID-JUNE.
Choose to receive a one-time surprise or subscribe and receive every new Anne of Green Gables-inspired colorway as long as I create them.
The photo gallery shows the last year's worth of colors, so you can get a sense of my dye style.
I pour my heart into club colorways and aim to create crowd-pleasers. My colorways are complex, layered, and gently speckled to create a yarn that is a true knitter's delight. It will look semi-solid from a distance and will contain a multitude of shades and tones, from stitch to stitch.
The best value I can offer
I build in a 10% discount with:
Free-to-you shipping for US subscribers
$10 flat rate shipping for Canadian subscribers
If you are located anywhere other than the US or Canada, please order via my Etsy shop, which is set-up to handle VAT.
Subscribers are billed once every two months (and you can cancel at any time). If you leave your subscription in place, you'll get ongoing and wonderful yarn as long as I am dyeing new colorways!
Your first charge happens when you sign up and, thereafter, on the 15th of these months: January, March, May, July, September, and November.
When does the club ship? Mid-month in February, April, June, August, October, and December.
What if I don't like the color? This blog post has ideas on what to do with a single skein, especially if the color isn't in your wheelhouse. The yarn club is a surprise, though, so if you don't like surprises, it's probably not a good idea to subscribe. That said, if you're truly disappointed by a colorway, my regular return policy applies: If you return your yarn within 30 days, I'm glad to give you a store credit.
When do I pay for the yarn club? You're charged for the first shipment when you sign up, and thereafter on the 15th of the month that a shipment doesn't happen (in other words: January, March, May, July, September, and November).