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Category: Bristle

Natural Dyes for Wool: Brazilwood

Natural Dyes for Wool: Brazilwood

February 24th, 2021

dye yarn brazilwood Did you know that many of the most used natural dyes come from the wood of trees? Many trees have color in their twigs and branches, and all we need to do as natural dyers to unlock it is grind a few up and add hot water! Depending on where you live, it may be easier to get some tree dyes than others, but this guide focuses on one of the...

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Natural Dyes for Wool: Lac

Natural Dyes for Wool: Lac

February 22nd, 2021

dye yarn   When looking at my shelf of undyed wool ready for color, I get excited about all the possibilities the natural world offers me! As a natural dyer, most of what I like to use in my everyday practice is foraged locally, from my garden, nearby fields, the side of the road, or my neighbor’s yards! People in my area are beginning to recognize me when I stop in and ask local businesses...

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Merino Wool

Merino Wool

June 2nd, 2020

Today in our video series, learn more about our ethically sourced Merino wool! Our merino wool is sourced from Uruguay and Argentina, with a mulesing free certification. Dye with confidence, knowing that Knomad’s Merino wool is sourced with a high standard of ethics, from trusted suppliers. Let’s dig into what makes merino yarn so special and lovely to work with!

What's Merino Wool?, Why Choose It?

Merino wool is a soft yet hardy fiber, which makes it a popular favorite...

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The Fine Points of Bristle

The Fine Points of Bristle

January 23rd, 2020

The unique blend Bristle has been one of our most popular yarns since we launched. A gorgeous blend of 70% organic merino wool and 30% hemp, Bristle appears to be a simple, rustic two ply yarn, in its raw state. Once the yarn is dyed, its magic emerges.

The Fine Points of Bristle

A quick dip in a dye bath brings out the true beauty of Bristle. Wool fibers are coaxed to take...

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March Mayhem – a Dyer’s Competition

We are so excited to host our first dyeing competition! It’s super simple, and …
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dye yarn brazilwood

Natural Dyes for Wool: Brazilwood

Did you know that many of the most used natural dyes come from the …
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Natural Dyes for Wool: Lac

When looking at my shelf of undyed wool ready for color, I get excited …
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Grunge Inspired Layered Yarn

How to Dye a Grunge Inspired Layered Yarn on Superwash Merino Wool

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