As many of you know, I love to craft. I knit, sew, crochet, spin, and needle felt… just to name a few. So when I got to combine two of my favourite things… photography and yarn, I was in heaven! Over the weekend, I photographed 45 beautiful skeins of hand dyed yarn for my friend, Keryn, who owns Farm Fairy Fiber in Pitt Meadows. It was a tonne of fun 🙂
Keryn’s been dyeing for about a year now and I love so many of the colourways she has created in that time. I also love the names she’s come up with for the yarn and the colours. She currently has two different blends of sock yarn that she’s using, “Thanks for the Mutton” which is a blend of merino and nylon and “Totes MaGoats” a delicious blend of merino, cashmere and nylon! Two of my favourite names are “Dye of the Tiger” and “Chickabiddy.” I’m sure some of the yarn will be going back up in Keryn’s Etsy shop soon… but in the meantime, you can take a little peek at a few of the colours here… or better yet, if you’re local, come out to Pitt Meadows and see them in real life!!
Don’t you just want to squish it??
Happy Tuesday 🙂