"I'm on a relentless pursuit to make sure you get the most sustainable skein of yarn in your hands."
Why Natural Dyes
I am part of the Slow Fiber Movement. Celebrating natural dyes connects me to nature; gathering, growing, and harvesting dye plants is a highly gratifying endeavor. Seeing the yarn emerge from the dye pot transports me to the past by allowing me to imagine the colors my ancestors wore.
Wool defined as "Preferred" includes wool sourced from sheep that have been treated responsibly, and raised with a progressive approach to land management.
Image: Courtesy of Shaniko Wool Company
Jennifer Tipton, Knitwear designer
This fantastic yarn is worth every penny. These colors are meticulously crafted and have obviously been created by someone who cares about her product's sustainability and you experience with it.
Connie Lee Lynch, Crochetcetera
Emily has a wealth of knowledge and information about sustainability and an absolutely fantastic color guide made especially with fiber artists in mind.
Meg Granger, Megs & Co
You can feel the value in how soft and squishy Emily's yarn is. I appreciate the labor she commits to naturally dying each skein. The beautiful intensity of the colors really show how much time went into each exquisite skein.